A system is a collection of different elements that together produce results not obtainable by the elements alone. The elements, or parts, can include people, hardware, software, facilities, policies, and documents as defined by INCOSE. Systems Engineering is a technique of combining knowledge from all associated engineering disciplines to solve complex engineering problems.
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*Varies by student and courses taken per quarter.
Customers are becoming much more demanding, competition is greater, and advances in technology are shortening the product life-cycle. Systems Engineering solves these problems by providing the best possible solutions within cost and performance constraints while meeting all customer objectives. The application of sound engineering principles provides each business entity with a clear and certain competitive advantage in their respective industry.
The courses in this program are based on the application of sound engineering principles and are structured to provide a clear competitive advantage in their respective engineering discipline. The culmination of the five required courses are what comprise the basic skill set necessary to earn the title of "Systems Engineer."
The San Diego Regional EDC's Advancing San Diego program is designed to address talent shortages in STEM positions. Students of our program will be eligible for fully-funded internships at San Diego small companies. Learn more about the program by visiting AdvancingSD.com.
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You officially have 5 years to complete all requirements for the certificate, although students can usually complete the entire program in 2 years by taking 1 course per quarter.
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