A Model for Educating Systems Engineers
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This paper discusses a model for developing a master’s degree curriculum for systems engineering professionals. The model provides guidelines and recommendations that can be used for developing a new program or for modifying an existing program. The model was developed as part of the BKCASE (Body of Knowledge and Curriculum to Advance Systems Engineering) project to develop a guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) and a Graduate Reference Curriculum for Systems Engineering (GRCSE). This paper describes the content of the SEBoK used to drive the core body of knowledge in a systems engineering program, and discusses the GRCSE purpose, organization, content, development process, and implementation.
The full SEBoK 0.5 outline is provided online at: http://sebokwiki.org/index.php/SEBoK_0.5_Outline.
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