Transformation trends are based on emerging technologies being leveraged by businesses, whether in the private or public sector, to run more efficiently and improve their service delivery and operations. The field of systems engineering plays a role in this digital transformation.
Recently, The International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE) approved UMBC’s updated SYST 660 Systems Engineering Principles course for Academic Equivalency. This will allow any student who receives a final score of 80% or better to waive the Knowledge Exam for INCOSE’s SE Professional certification program, both at the Associate (ASEP) and Certified (CSEP) levels.
Tune into this episode of UMBC’s Mic’D Up with special guest, Paul Martin, graduate faculty with UMBC’s Systems Engineering Graduate Program.
“Failing is a stepping stone to progress,” says UMBC graduate faculty instructor, Dr. John J. Johnson, IV. Behind every success story is a story of where someone learned a lesson and grew stronger from that.
Dr. Jeffrey S. Ray, professor with UMBC’s graduate programs in systems engineering, chatted with us about his career path, the courses he teaches, where he feels the industry is heading and how best students can succeed in the ever-changing landscape of technology.
We recently sat down and spoke with Dr. Greg Williams, program director of the Learning and Performance Technology (LAPT) graduate program.
Curious about what a day-in-the-life of a systems engineer looks like or what it takes to be a successful one? Tune in to this short podcast with UMBC industry expert and faculty member, Fred Highland.
Here’s a recap of what’s in the news in and around the UMBC campus, originally brought to you by UMBC News.
UMBC’s Interactive Systems Research Center (ISRC) recently introduced their new UMBC User Studies Lab which includes wearable research tools to help bring technology to new heights.
UMBC assistant professor of information systems, Jiaqi Gong, is working to reduce cancer recurrence rates through wearable technology. It’s through such technologies that we make life-changing advancements.