The Systems Engineering program is designed for engineers and other professionals who are responsible for defining, planning, managing and supporting large integrated systems. The program consists of four graduate core courses and one graduate elective course.
The value of acquiring a systems engineering certificate includes:
- Formal recognition of the participant’s systems engineering capabilities
- Career advancement assistance
- A portable systems engineering designation that is recognizable across industries
- Professional development as a systems engineer, in addition to demonstrating a commitment to personal development
- The Systems Engineering certificate program also provides students with a strong foundation to pursue Project Management Professional® (PMP®) certification and/or the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) multi-level professional certification program.
(15 credit hours)
Certificate available on Campus and via Distance Learning
Admission Requirements: An undergraduate degree in engineering, business, a physical science, computer science, or applied mathematics, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. A probability & statistics course is a prerequisite for this certification program.
|EMGT 505||Systems Engineering||3|
|IMSE 501||Human Factors & Ergonomics||3|
|or IMSE 577||Human-Computer Interaction|
|IMSE 515||Fundamentals of Program Mgt||3|
|IMSE 561||Tot Qual Mgmt and Six Sigma||3|
|Complete 1 elective course from the following (3 credit hours):|
|AENG 545||Vehicle Ergonomics I||3|
|AENG 598||Energy Sys for Auto Vehicles||3|
|CIS 553||Software Engineering||3|
|EMGT 580||Mgt of Prod and Proc Design||3|
|IMSE 516||Project Management and Control||3|
|IMSE 546||Safety Engineering||3|
|IMSE 5655||Supply Chain Management||3|
|IMSE 567||Reliability Analysis||3|