M.S. in Systems Technology
Classes begin June 5
Apply by April 30
The online Master of Science in Systems Technology is designed for students who work in a broad range of industries, including energy, manufacturing, chemical production, construction and maintenance services.
Perfect for industrial technology graduates, this online master’s program will equip students with advanced problem-solving skills and cutting-edge tools to develop solutions to complex systems problems in these industries.
- 100% online courses.
- Affordable, flat-rate tuition.
- Enroll in Spring, Summer or Fall.
- 30-hour thesis or a 33-hour project options.
Online Student Resources
- UL Lafayette Online Student Orientation.
- 24/7 technical support.
- Online library services.
- UL Lafayette Office of Career Services.
We offer affordable, flat-rate tuition for all our 100% online degree programs. Graduate programs are $480 per credit hour. The online Master of Science in Systems Technology is 30 credit hours for the thesis track and 33 credit hours for the project track.
Tuition for this program is $14,400-$15,840.
This cost does not include course or lab fees.
Because our online degree programs are accredited, students may also apply for financial aid.
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Through the master’s in systems technology online program, you’ll be prepared to pursue upper and mid-level technical and managerial roles in engineering services, energy, manufacturing, chemical production, and construction and maintenance services.
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Curriculum & Courses
This program is offered 100% online in 16-week semesters.
Build your curriculum from courses in total quality control, lean manufacturing, design processes, project management, risk assessment, safety management, and automated systems management. You can also choose up to three interdisciplinary electives from the MBA program.
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Admissions Deadlines & Requirements
Begin your courses in Spring, Summer or Fall. Apply by Nov. 30 for Spring; April 30 for Summer; or June 30 for Fall.
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