The Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge and Graduate Reference Curriculum - BKCASE
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BKCASE is the acronym for the Body of Knowledge and Curriculum to Advance Systems Engineering. The BKCASE project is led by the Stevens Institute of Technology and the Naval Postgraduate School. The project scope is to define a Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) and to use the SEBoK to develop an advanced Graduate Reference Curriculum for Systems Engineering (GRCSE). The planned outcome is that the SEBoK will be supported worldwide by the Systems Engineering community as the authoritative SEBoK for the SE discipline; and that the GRCSE will receive the same global recognition and serve as the authoritative guidance for graduate degree programs in SE. A distinguished group of systems engineers from across the world is volunteering as authors and reviewers on the project, to collaborate over a three year period, and to deliver the products, the SEBoK and GRCSE, to the public incrementally through 2012. This paper presents the results of the first two project workshops, and outlines the content of SEBoK version 0.25, which will be released in July, 2010, and GRCSE version 0.25 which will be released in October, 2010.
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