Systems Engineering Certificate
The University of Florida’s Certificate in Systems Engineering is administered through the College of Engineering, and under the university’s EDGE Department. The Certificate in Systems Engineering is a graduate level program, and is designed to build student’s skills in the areas of systems analysis, design, implementation, and optimization for application to all engineering fields.
The required curriculum for the Certificate in Systems Engineering consists of three courses, or nine credits. These classes aim to enable students to build the systems skills necessary to balance the technical skills to understand the complexity of systems. Additionally, students may gain the application skills needed to address problems in a plethora of engineering specialization areas, as well as managerial skills to integrate feedback from various engineering disciplines.
Once the required courses have successfully been completed, students may consider beginning work in a number of different positions. Some of the careers of UF Systems Engineers graduates include System Analyst, Operation Engineer, Risk Advisor, Consultant, and Logistics Engineer. UF graduates take positions from many different areas; from traditional positions in design, manufacturing, and production to Industrial and Systems Engineer strongholds in supply chain management and logistics. Application of these areas may be seen in a number of fields including energy, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, defense, healthcare, and retail. With a Certificate in Systems Engineering from the University of Florida, graduates should be equipped with a decisive competitive employment edge in this field.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Students must have a BS degree in Engineering, with minimum undergraduate GPA 3.0
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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