Systems Engineering - Graduate Certificate
This distance education program is available to working professionals who have undergraduate degrees in engineering, engineering technology, and related fields. It is also an option for persons with graduate degrees who seek career renewal. Systems engineering provides a unique opportunity for working professionals to integrate their work experience with advanced class work.
The objectives of this program are:
- To provide technical professionals an opportunity to advance their careers through advanced education in systems engineering.
- To develop and improve relationships with the College of Engineering 's constituencies by offering a program that addresses a known need for professional graduate-level development.
- To provide an opportunity for non-traditional students to consider advancing their education in areas that will foster their career development.
- To enable program students to become aware of current faculty research in systems engineering areas.
A 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA in four courses as described below will be required for award of the Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate Program.
Admission to the NMSU Graduate School
Students must apply and be admitted to NMSU as a non-degree student to take classes. For more information, contact:
NMSU Graduate School
Box 30001, MSC 3G
Las Cruces, NM 88003
To complete the Certificate Program, students must be admitted to the Graduate School as certificate students. If you are considering pursuing a degree in electrical or industrial engineering, you should contact that department for admissions
requirements and advising.
|Systems Engineering and Program Management||3|
|Large Scale Systems Engineering||3|
|Electives (six credits form the following):||6|
|Track 1- Modeling, Simulation & Decisions|
|Fundamentals of Operations Research Techniques||3|
|Characterizing Time-Dependent Engineering Data||3|
|Design and Implementation of Discrete-Event Simulation||3|
|Track 2 - Applications|
|Space System Mission Design and Analysis||3|
|Systems Synthesis and Design||3|
|Track 3 - Systems Analysis|
|Advanced Quality Control||3|
Other courses may be substituted by approval of your advsior and the program director.