​Master of Control Engineering

​The Master of Control Engineering (MCE) degree is a terminal professional degree designed for students interested in an industrial career.

  • The MCEng degree requires 30 units, which may include optionally 6 units for thesis or 3 units for independent study.

  • Required courses (15 units) for the MCEng degree include:

ESE 441Control Systems3
ESE 543Control Systems Design by State Space Methods3
ESE 520Probability and Stochastic Processes3
and at least two of the following five courses:
ESE 415Optimization3
or ESE 425Random Processes and Kalman Filtering
or ESE 551Linear Dynamic Systems I
or ESE 552Linear Dynamic Systems II
or ESE 553 Nonlinear Dynamic Systems
or ESE 547 Robust and Adaptive Control

The following courses are approved by the department as electives.

  • Any 400 or 500 level course in Engineering, Physics, or Mathematics with the following exceptions listed below.

The following courses ARE NOT approved by the ESE department as electives.

Requests for exceptions to this policy may be submitted to the department chair with the approval of the academic advisor of the student.