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On-site corporate Training is available for this program. For information, please call (949) 824-5380.

CertificatePeople, process, and performance are key attributes for a successful organization. This program looks at the systems engineering process as a multi-faceted and multi-disciplined function within an organization. A focus is placed on understanding the bigger picture and integrating system components (people, technology, and processes) to create a holistic system.

Participants learn the essential concepts of systems engineering from concept of operations and elicitation of requirements, to functional systems design and integration analysis, and establishing validation and verification plans.

Who Should Attend

This program benefits all engineers, program managers, project managers and those in other technical and non-technical disciplines who are involved in any aspects of the system development lifecycle including procurement, definition, implementation, production, and support. Those who are involved with project or enterprise-level process improvement will also benefit from this program.

Transfer Credit

UC Irvine Extension has an articulation agreement with the Georgia Institute of Technology in which they will accept specific coursework from this certificate program as credit towards their Professional Master of Applied Systems Engineering Degree Program. To learn more, please call (949) 824-5415.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Apply courses in this certificate to a Professional Master's Degree at Georgia Tech.

Program Benefits

  • Gain useful and practical skills for developing your organization’s systems engineering process
  • Learn how to elicit systems requirements
  • Develop innovative approaches for functional systems design and integration analysis
  • Increase your understanding of system
    validation and verification planning
  • Learn how to synthesize technical
    management solutions
  • Utilize simulation-based engineering to
    optimize systems engineering efforts