Urban Systems Engineering, Monitoring and Control of Urban Systems Track (M.ENG.)

Illinois Tech’s Master of Engineering in Urban Systems Engineering program prepares students to rise to the challenges of designing and maintaining tomorrow’s smart, sustainable cities. Core courses provide a solid knowledge base for students to launch specializations in urban transportation systems, urban building systems, or the monitoring and control of urban systems. 

The monitoring and control of urban systems track includes courses in control of building environmental systems, intelligent transport systems, and wireless communication system design. Students can also add on a variety of electives ranging from legal considerations to construction issues to real estate fundamentals.

Program Overview

The monitoring and control of urban systems track provides a solid background for careers in urban transportation planning, public transportation systems, and transportation systems evaluation.

Coursework includes control of building environmental systems, intelligent transport systems, and wireless communication system design.

Career Opportunities

Our graduate urban systems engineering program specializing in monitoring and control of urban systems will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Traffic engineer and transportation planner
  • Senior access/transport engineer
  • Intelligent transportation systems project manager

The Master of Engineering in Urban Systems Engineering, Monitoring and Control of Urban Systems track includes courses in control of building environmental systems, intelligent transport systems, and wireless communication system design. Students can also add on a variety of electives ranging from legal considerations to construction issues to real estate fundamentals.

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Each applicant will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis during the application review process to determine any deficiency course requirements.