Multidisciplinary Programs

Key factors which determine successful competition in today's global environment are: timely and rapid response to customer needs, high product quality, and flexibility of operation. To achieve these objectives, the common element is an effective and knowledgeable organization oriented towed customer needs and requirements.

The Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering offers a 30 semester credit hour Master of Science program entitled Datacenter Systems Engineering.  The program is open to full-time as well as part-time graduate students, and will be offered on-campus as well as by means of the distance learning capabilities of the Lyle School of Engineering.

This program is specifically designed for professionals who are actively employed in the management of data and the extraction of useful information, computer networking, virtualization, and security. Additionally, this program addresses the design and maintenance of datacenters; its mission critical facility subsystems and is well suited for students to gain working knowledge and skill sets necessary to enter this field.

Appropriate candidates include those who desire leadership roles and career opportunities in either management by broadening their skills across the various disciplines encompassing this field, or by concentrating in one or more of the specific disciplines.

Students who successfully complete the 10-course program will graduate with a Master of Science with a major in Datacenter Systems Engineering.

The Lyle School of Engineering offers this unique multidisciplinary program by incorporating course contributions from each of the five (5) standing engineering departments: Electrical Engineering (EE), Mechanical Engineering (ME), Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Engineering Management and Systems (EMIS), and Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE).

For more information click the tab to Program Details and Courses.

Call:     The SMU Graduate Programs Office at (214) 768- 2002


About the Lyle School of Engineering

The SMU Lyle School of Engineering is committed to developing the new American engineer, one prepared to excel and lead in creating new economic opportunities while meeting the most difficult challenges facing society. The Lyle School maintains a steadfast focus on using engineering to address important issues both at home and around the world.