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.
We recently sat down with Fred Highland – graduate faculty for UMBC’s Systems Engineering Graduate Programs – to chat about the field of Systems Engineering. Highland teaches System Architecture and Design; Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis; and the Systems Engineering Project.
UMBC’s Master of Science degree program and post-baccalaureate Certificate in Systems Engineering address the high demand needs for professionals interested in working with complex systems.
When you consider grit and how it helps shape success, you realize there is such opportunity for those willing to open their minds.
From aerospace and defense to consumer electronics, systems engineers are advancing 21st-century technology to new levels. Because of the accelerating demand for system capabilities and growth in the business environments where systems engineering is performed, the need for qualified systems engineers is growing quickly.