Stochastic switching systems represent an interesting class of systems that can be used to model a variety of systems having abrupt random changes in their dynamics. Such systems may be found in the fields of manufacturing, communications, aerospace, power, and economics. This work presents stochastic switching systems and provides up-to-date methods and techniques for the analysis and design of various control systems with or without uncertainties. An introductory chapter highlights basic concepts and practical models, which are then used to solve more advanced problems throughout the book. Included are many numerical examples as well as LMI analysis methods and design approaches to supplement the developed results. Stochastic Switching Systems may be used as a supplementary textbook for graduate-level engineering courses, or as a reference for control engineers, graduate students, and researchers in systems and control. Prerequisites include elementary courses in matrix theory, probability, optimization techniques, and control systems theory.