MSc Systems & Control

Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) is responsible for the two-year MSc programme in Systems & Control. The MSc programme in Systems and Control is aimed at students with a technical BSc background interested in analysis and control of dynamic systems in their widest sense.

More information about the MSc programme in Systems and Control:

 

New curriculum MSc Systems & Control per September 1st, 2020

MSc students who already started in the MSc Systems & Control before September 1st, 2020 will follow the current curriculum. MSc students who want to start the MSc Systems & Control per September 1st, 2020 will start with the new curriculum. More details will follow in the coming months; below you can find the new curriculum as well as the comparison with the current curriculum.

New curriculum

 

Variant with short final thesis project:

39 EC obligatory courses

Variant with long final thesis project:

39 EC obligatory courses

27 Systems & Control electives

9 EC Free technical electives

20 Systems & Control electives

6 EC Free technical electives

10 literature study

35 final thesis project

 

10 literature study

10 Research assignment

35 final thesis project

 

Overview new vs current curriculum

 

New (39EC)

Old (36EC)

I

Control theory (6EC)

Control theory (6EC)

 

Filtering & identification (6EC)

Filtering & identification (6EC)

 

Integration project S&C (5EC)

Integration project S&C (5EC)

II

Optimization (3EC)

Optimization (4EC)

 

Nonlinear system theory (3EC)

Nonlinear system theory (4EC)

 

Robust control (3EC)

Robust & multivariable control design (5EC)

 

Control engineering (3EC)

 

 

Statistical signal processing (4EC)

 

 

Modeling (3EC)

 

III

 

Introduction project S&C (3EC)

IV

Philosophy of Science/Ethics & engineering/Introduction safety science (3EC)

Philosophy of Science (3EC)