Graduate CertificateSystems Engineering and Management

Wichita State’s graduate certificate in systems engineering and management teaches students to apply systems concepts and techniques to the understanding, description, design and management of large-scale systems requiring the integration of information and human activity.

Learn how Systems Engineering Management is the right fit for you.

 
Graduate students in NIAR lab.

Curriculum

The curriculum focuses on the essential knowledge, analytical techniques, and contemporary issues in complex systems definition, design and decision making. Program prerequisite: Calculus II

To complete the certificate, you’ll choose 12 credit hours from the following courses:

  • Engineering Management
  • Statistical Methods for Engineers
  • Analysis of Decision Processes
  • Systems Engineering and Analysis
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Modeling and Analysis of Discrete Systems

Admission to the program

There are two paths to admission to the program:

  • For those already enrolled in graduate school, simply complete the Declaration of Intent to Pursue a Certificate Form.
  • Prospective students need to use the graduate school application form, as if you are enrolling in graduate school. If you are only pursuing a certificate, simply select "Non-Degree Admission: Category A."

Inside the Program

Students teach entry-level coding to next generation

Computer science major Zane Storlie developed a three-unit curriculum teaching Scratch, an entry-level coding program, to elementary school students.

Zane taught Scratch to fellow students, and together they're doing their part to fill the coder pipeline in the Wichita area.

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