Departmental Statement of Systems Engineering Scholarship
Systems Engineering Department
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This document elaborates the principles and standards of scholarship that have been adopted by the faculty of the Department of Systems Engineering at the Naval Postgraduate School. They are applicable to both students and faculty in Systems Engineering. These principles are intended to guide the selection and execution of research projects, establish a basis for determining the quality of systems engineering research and provide an objective basis for promotion and tenure decisions.
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