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College of Engineering

Graduate Programs

Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering (code COE_CT01)

Director: Mahyar Amouzegar

This 18-unit post-baccalaureate certificate is focused toward development and management of complex systems. Each such complex system requires a clear Systems Engineering Master Plan, a set of methodologies, appropriate tools, a rigorous requirements flow-down technique, and a comprehensive Project Management Plan to enable system design and project management for effective and efficient human interaction.

Requirement

  • 1. Completion of an accredited baccalaureate degree in engineering or equivalent;
  • 2. Satisfactory completion of 18 units listed below;
  • 3. File a program application card with Admissions and Records, and file for the Certificate at least one semester prior to completion;
  • 4. The Certificate may be awarded concurrently or subsequently to baccalaureate degree.

Required Courses

The Certificate Program requires a minimum of 18 semester units, as indicated below.

  • 1. System Engineering Core Courses, 6 units of the following:
    • EE 503 Advanced Systems Engineering (3)
    • MAE 508 Systems Engineering and Integration (3)
  • 2. Engineering Management Courses, 6 units from the following:
    • CECS 521 Database Architecture (3)
    • MAE 506 Management of Engineering Technology and Innovation (3)
    • MAE 507 Engineering Project Management (3)
  • 3. Manufacturing Courses, 3 units from the following:
    • ENGR 574 Advanced Manufacturing Technology Processes (3)
    • MAE 574 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (3)
  • 4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics/Analysis Courses, 3 units from the following:
    • EE 502 Engineering Modeling and Simulation (3)
    • EE 505 Advanced Engineering Mathematics for Electrical Engineers (3)
    • EE 508 Probability Theory and Random Processes (3)
    • MAE 501 Engineering Analysis I (3)
    • MAE 502 Engineering Analysis II (3)