UMBC’s System Engineering Graduate Students to Benefit from the INCOSE Academic Equivalency Program
A Program Designed for Instructional Designers | [PODCAST]
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.
Resources for Graduate Students
The Learning and Performance Technology Graduate Program (LAPT) at UMBC is specifically designed to help Instructional Designers learn and grow. The program is portfolio-based. This feature allows students to build a tangible working portfolio that becomes their intellectual property.
Systems Engineering is a Team Sport [PODCAST]
There are so many resources available to all UMBC students, including the Shriver Center, Counseling Center, and Career Center. But there are some special resources only available to Graduate students, some of which are listed below.
Contributing in a Meaningful Way through Health IT
Tune into this episode of UMBC’s Mic’D Up with special guest, Paul Martin, graduate faculty with UMBC’s Systems Engineering Graduate Program.
The Health IT field is extremely people-centered and produces a tangible outcome that impacts most everyone in society. The healthcare environment is rapidly changing, creating an ever-present need for qualified professionals to step up and contribute to important work that can make a true difference in the lives of others.