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Systems Engineering Program Educational Objectives, Student Outcomes, and Enrollment Data

The Systems Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
 
Program Educational Objectives
 
Within 5-7 years of graduation each Systems Engineering graduate will have:
1. Effectively led interdisciplinary teams to solve complex problems while continuing intellectual growth and fostering an organizational ethos that promotes the professional, moral, ethical, and respectful treatment of all.
2. Analyzed, designed, implemented, and maintained systems throughout their lifecycles.
3. Approached problems holistically while recognizing each system as a whole, with its fit and relationship with the environment being primary concerns.
4. Convincingly communicated engineering analysis and recommended solutions to leaders to enable sound decision-making in the presence of uncertain, biased, or confounding influences.
 
Student Outcomes
The SE Student Outcomes are established to support the achievement of our Program Educational Objectives.  These 11 outcomes describe what each of our graduates are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation:
A. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering appropriate to Army officers and practicing systems engineers in order to develop, quantitatively evaluate, and implement effective and efficient solutions.
B. Design and conduct systems experiments, including collecting, analyzing and interpreting data.
C. Design or re-engineer a system or process in order to develop innovative alternatives that meet the needs of the client within realistic environmental constraints such as cultural, historical, legal, moral/ethical, economic, environmental, organizational, emotional, social, political, and technological.
D. Lead and work effectively as a contributing member of multidisciplinary systems engineering teams.
E. Identify and formulate a client's engineering problem and specify the client's actual needs using systems thinking, systems engineering and systems decision-making.
F. Act professionally and ethically as a leader of character within each stage of the system lifecycle.
G. Accurately, clearly, and concisely report findings, conclusions, and recommendations to the client in a manner that supports the client's decision.
H. Define the problem, design solutions, make decisions, and implement the chosen engineering solution within a broad global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
I. Demonstrate the skills necessary to support continued intellectual growth and learning for a career of professional excellence and service to the nation as an officer in the United States Army.
J. Apply knowledge of contemporary stakeholder issues to systems decision making.
K. Employ up-to-date techniques, skills, and engineering tools necessary for Army officers and systems engineering practice.
  

Enrollment Data 

 

 

Class​ Enrolled​ ​Graduated ​          ​Class Enrolled​
2013 68 60 2016 79
2012 51 54 2015 38
2011 48 44 2014 84
2010 57 43
2009 27 29
 
Note: Graduated numbers include both the Systems Engineering and Systems Engineering with Honors majors.