Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering (GCSE)
The evolving global economy and particular market demands an increasing number of engineers with interdisciplinary and systems based training able to continuously adapt to societal and geopolitical changes being brought by advances in technolgy.
The Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering (GCSE) prepares engineers in the process framework to define, develop, implement and test complex systems of the 21st Century. Graduates will be able to undertake the understanding of new applications of engineering models in a constantly changing environment.
The GCSE is a 15 credit hours program with 5 core courses designed around the use of case studies of successful systems of systems implementations as learning tools.
The 5 core courses include:
- Systems Engineering Fundamentals & Architectures
- Requirements Engineering/Analysis
- Program and Systems Engineering Management
- Systems Integration, Verification & Validation
- Project Practicum
The GCSE is designed for working professionals and students - young and old - with an interest in understanding and applying the systematic approach for development of very complex systems.
Courses taken in the GCSE can be credited toward a Masters in Systems Engineering or an Interdisciplinary Masters of Science in Engineering.
For more information contact:
Dr. Ricardo Pineda
Systems Engineering Director
Dr. Benjamin Flores