The Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems), also known as SEEMS, is created and offered by DigiPen Institute of Technology Singapore and Singapore Institute of Technology. It is a multidisciplinary degree that brings together the fields of mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering with a holistic approach to product development. Systems engineering focuses on the design, development, implementation and life-cycle management of complex interacting systems, while incorporating the constraints and limitations of given requirements, reliability, and risk management. The SEEMS program focuses on the engineering of complex mechanical systems that are controlled by microprocessors and microcontrollers.
The SEEMS curriculum has a substantial theoretical foundation of math, physics, computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and systems engineering. This is solidified by eight semester-long project courses which require the students to work in teams to design, develop, integrate, test, and present unique systems under the guidance of both academic and industrial experts. The blend of creativity and technical knowledge gained while completing projects gives students the versatility to adapt to a changing technical environment.
The Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Systems Engineering Program Education Objectives are to produce graduates who are:
Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Systems Engineering students are expected to achieve the following outcomes while completing their degree:
Graduates of this program will have the skills and preparation to work at entry-level positions in software, hardware, and systems design positions within various industries such as aerospace, avionics, automotive, consumer electronics, defense, entertainment, transportation, and shipping.
Potential entry-level position titles for new graduates include: Systems Engineer, Software Engineer, Hardware Engineer, Design Engineer, Development Engineer, Quality Control Engineer, Systems Test Engineer, Software Developer, Software Analyst, Systems Analyst, Computer Programmer, and Mechanical Systems Analyst.