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B.S. in Systems Engineering

Online Degree

The Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering* is the first fully online undergraduate systems engineering program in the nation and is designed to produce the next generation of systems engineers who are ready to deal with the socio-technical challenges of the future. The contemporary curriculum is based on the foundations of systems engineering established by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), as well as the latest research in systems engineering workforce development. You will learn about various aspects of conceiving, designing, developing and sustaining different types of systems. Presented from a Christian worldview, this systems engineer major is supported by faculty who are available online or on campus in Virginia Beach to help you.

  • Develop a holistic mindset to recognize and tackle problems at the intersection of STEM/STEAM disciplines.
  • Learn the latest methods, processes, tools, and techniques that support the entire lifecycle of modern systems.
  • Participate in multidisciplinary teams, and eventually lead in a variety of organizations.

*Additionally, Regent will be pursuing ABET accreditation.

Career Opportunities

  • Design Engineer
  • Engineering Manager
  • Product Engineer
  • Requirements Engineer
  • System Analyst
  • System Architect
  • Systems Engineer
  • Test Engineer
  • V&V** Engineer

**Verification & Validation


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