Systematically Approaching Systems
A system is a complex arrangements of parts forming a while that convert inputs to valuable outputs. Systems permeate the world, appearing in education, transportation, supply chains, and our own cardiovascular systems.
If you have an analytical mind and are skilled in problem solving and systematic thinking, you are ready to use those skills to help and improve the world. Whether you’re interested in health care, business, manufacturing, education, government, or economics, there is a place for systems in your education.
Learning Through Our Education System
Students who add the systems curriculum to their degree strengthen their analytical, technical, and critical thinking skills by taking classes on the four themes of systems: analysis, information technology, quality management, and operations.
They also learn to draw connections between their majors’ disciplines and the systems encompassing them, whether it’s art, mathematics, psychology, philosophy, computer science, engineering, Christian ministries, or something else entirely.
Systematically Preparing You for the Future
Taylor’s focus on Christian liberal arts gives students the tools to make an impact on the world. In the context of systems, liberal arts helps students connect the dots. They become strong conceptual thinkers in a wide variety of areas, which allows them to synthesize ideas into new solutions. Systems is about changing the world, and Taylor’s liberal arts focus provides a strong foundation for that goal.
The systems curriculum also provides opportunities for hands-on experience. Each student is given the opportunity analyze the needs of a real client and propose and build a solution.