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Welcome to UMBC’s Systems Engineering & Engineering Management Information Session April 13, 2011 Ted Foster, Ph.D. – Assistant Dean Director of SE and Engineering Management umbc.edu/se umbc.edu/ engm. UMBC Systems Engineering and Engineering Management Graduate Programs.

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Welcome to UMBC’s Systems Engineering &Engineering Management Information SessionApril 13, 2011Ted Foster, Ph.D. – Assistant DeanDirector of SE and Engineering Managementumbc.edu/seumbc.edu/engm

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UMBC Systems Engineering and

Engineering Management Graduate Programs

  • Systems Engineering (SE)
    • M.S. – 30 credits
    • Graduate Certificate – 15 credits
    • SE track within M.S. in EE, Comp. Science, and Eng. Management – 33 credits
  • Engineering Management
    • M.S. – 30 credits
    • Graduate Certificate – 15 credits
  • Accelerated Bachelor’s/Masters programs in both
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Systems Engineering

  • Established in response to local industry need for SE program with technical depth
  • Program content designed by SE experts from Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and NASA
  • Courses designed by and taught by SE industry experts
  • Program reviewed every year by Industrial Advisory Board
  • Provides practical SE skills that can be immediately applied in the work place

Program Web Site:

umbc.edu/se

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Rewarding Careers in Systems Engineering

  • Challenging assignments & interesting career
    • Create complex systems
    • Abstract and conceptual
    • Deficient in hard data
    • Subject to criteria that are often immeasurable
  • SE positions are highly leveraged
    • Experienced SEs are hard to recruit, replace, or develop
    • Systems engineers make technical decisions that greatly affect profit or loss & company stature
  • Systems engineers who excel become technical leaders of major system development programs
  • Systems engineers are highly valued and rewarded
    • Low susceptibility to outsourcing
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M.S. in Systems Engineering

30 credits

  • Five core Systems Engineering courses (15 credits)
    • ENEE 660: Systems Engineering Principles
    • ENEE 661: System Architecture & Design
    • ENEE 662: System Modeling, Simulation & Analysis*
    • ENEE 663: System Implementation, Integration & Test
    • ENEE 670: Systems Engineering Project
    • Prerequisite for ENEE 662 is one-credit summer prep course (or by exam)
  • Electives (15 credits)
    • Systems Engineering
    • Engineering Management
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Computer Science
    • Mechanical Engineering

Certificate courses

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Graduate Certificate in SE

15 credits required

  • Five core Systems Engineering courses
    • ENEE 660: Systems Engineering Principles
    • ENEE 661: System Architecture & Design
    • ENEE 662: System Modeling, Simulation & Analysis*
    • ENEE 663: System Implementation, Integration & Test
    • ENEE 670: Systems Engineering Project
    • Prerequisite for ENEE 662 is one-credit summer prep course (or by exam)
  • All certificate courses apply to:
    • M.S. in Systems Engineering
    • M.S. in Electrical Engineering
    • M.S. in Computer Science
    • M.S. in Engineering Management
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UMBC SE Master’s Program Fits the INCOSE* Model for an Optimum SE Program

*INCOSE - International Council on Systems Engineering

*INCOSE - International Council on Systems Engineering

  • Five core Systems Engineering courses
    • ENEE 660: Systems Engineering Principles
    • ENEE 661: System Architecture & Design
    • ENEE 662: System Modeling, Simulation & Analysis
    • ENEE 663: System Implementation, Integration & Test
    • ENEE 670: Systems Engineering Project
  • All certificate courses apply to:
    • MS in Systems Engineering
    • MS in Electrical Engineering
    • MS in Computer Science

“A Reference Curriculum for a Graduate Program in Systems Engineering” Jain, Squires, Verma, and Chandrasekaran, INCOSE Insight, July 2007

systems engineering electives
Systems Engineering Electives
  • Electrical Engineering
    • ENEE 664 – Advanced Systems Architecture
    • ENEE 672 – Decision and Risk Analysis
    • ENEE 666 – Model Based SE (one credit)
    • ENEE 667 – Agile Systems Engineering (one credit)
    • ENEE 668 – Project and SE Management
    • CMPE 685 – Communication Networks
    • CMPE 691 – Wireless Sensor Networks
    • CMPE 687 – Introduction to Network Security
    • Courses in Signal Processing and Solid State
  • Cybersecurity
    • CMPE 620/CYBR 620 – Introduction to Cybersecurity
    • CYBR 621 – Cyber Warfare
    • CYBR 622 – Global Cyber Capabilities and Trends
  • Computer Science
    • CMSC 626 – Principles of Computer Security
    • Computer Science courses in software, architecture, data bases, etc
  • Engineering Management courses
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Systems Engineering Faculty

  • John Clark
        • ENEE 660: Systems Engineering Principles
  • John MacCarthy, Ph.D.
        • ENEE 662: Modeling, Simulation & Analysis
        • ENEE 672: Decision & Risk Analysis
        • ENEE 669: Math and MATLAB Fundamentals
        • CMPE 685: Communication Networks
  • Richard Taylor
        • ENEE 661: System Architecture & Design
        • ENEE 664: Advanced System Architecture
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Fred Highland

  • ENEE 670: Systems Engineering Project

Paul Martin

  • ENEE 663: System Implementation, Integration & Test

Systems Engineering Faculty

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Why Study Engineering Management?

  • Interest in dealing with multifaceted challenges faced by technical, globally-competitive organizations
  • Position yourself for advancement by combining your skills as an engineer with an understanding of business, law, leadership, management and finance
  • Learn to lead groups to accomplish larger goals than you can reach by yourself
  • Acquire practical leadership skills that you can apply immediately, whether or not you intend to go into management
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UMBC’s Engineering Management

Program Highlights

  • Highly-experienced practitioners provide an opportunity for you to develop leadership skills
  • Flexible format designed for busy working professionals: Most classes in early evening, some are 50% online
  • Practical business approach combined with technical depth
  • Industry Advisory Board oversight by key corporations and government organizations
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Engineering Management

30 credits

  • Practical business approach combined with technical depth
  • Six management courses and four technical courses
  • Programs
  • M.S. in Engineering Management - 10 courses
    • Choice of 10 tracks, including Systems Engineering
    • New track in Cybersecurity
  • Engineering Management Certificate - 4 courses
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M.S. in Engineering Management

  • Four core Management courses
    • Project Management:
    • ENMG 650: Project Management Fundamentals
    • OR
    • ENMG 668: Project and SE Management
    • People Management:
    • ENMG 652: Management, Leadership & Communication
    • Law and Ethics:
    • ENMG 656: Engineering Law and Ethics
    • Financial Management:
    • ENMG 658: Financial Management
    • OR
    • ENMG 662: Financial Decision-Making in Engineering
    • Two Management electives
    • (next slide)
  • Four courses in an Engineering track
  • (or multiple tracks)
    • Chemical/Biochemical Regulatory Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Computer Science
    • Cybersecurity
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Information Systems
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Systems Engineering
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Management Electives (Choose Two):

  • ENMG 654: Leading Teams and Organizations
  • ENMG 659: Strategic Management
  • ENMG 660: Systems Engineering Principles
  • ENMG 661: Leading Virtual/Global Teams
  • ENMG 672: Decision and Risk Analysis
  • ENMG 690: Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship
  • ENMG 698: Engineering Management Project
  • Cybersecurity
  • CYBR 620: Introduction to Cybersecurity
  • CYBR 621: Cyber Warfare
  • CYBR 622: Global Cyber Capabilities and Trends
  • CYBR 623: Cybersecurity Law and Policy
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Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management

12 credits required

  • Four Management courses:
    • ENMG 650: Project Management Fundamentals
    • ENMG 652: Management, Leadership & Communication
    • ENMG 656: Law and Ethics for Engineers
    • ENMG 658: Financial Management for Science Professionals
    • or
    • ENMG 662: Financial Decision Making in Engineering

NOTE: All certificate courses apply to M.S. in Engineering Management

Program Web Site:

umbc.edu/engm

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Meet Our Engineering Management Faculty

  • Anita Griner, MBA, PMP®
  • Certified Project Management ProfessionalManages large IT programs for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
    • ENMG 650: Project Management
  • Illysa Izenberg, MBA – Harvard Management Consultant
    • ENMG 652: Management, Leadership & Communication
    • ENMG 654: Leading Teams & Organizations
    • ENMG 653: Leading Virtual/Global Teams
  • Michael Oliver, Esq., J.D.
  • Attorney in Intellectual Property
    • ENMG 656: Engineering Law & Ethics
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Meet Our Engineering Management Faculty

  • Richard Wilson
  • UMBC Ethics Instructor
    • ENMG 656: Engineering Law & Ethics
  • Bob Fenton – 4 M.S. degrees
  • Director of Technical Operations at BAE Systems
    • ENMG 659: Strategic Management
    • ENMG 662: Financial Decision-Making in Engineering
  • Sandy Peterson, CPA
  • Manager, Family Office Services for CPA firm
    • ENMG 658: Financial Management for Science Professionals
meet our engineering management faculty
Meet Our Engineering Management Faculty

Toby Gouker, MBA, Ph.D.

  • ENMG 652: Management Leadership and Communication
fall 2011 schedule of classes
FALL 2011 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

* Pending Approval

** Schedule Subject to Change

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Upcoming Events

Project Management panel discussion (open to the public)

When: May 3, 2011

Time: 5 - 7 p.m.

Where: UMBC Tech IncubatorFor more information, contact: Nancy Clements at nancyc@umbc.edu

Program audit days

Come visit a class, observe student presentations and decide what courses are right for you

For more information and a schedule of class visit days, contact: Dr. Ted Foster at tfoster@umbc.edu

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How do I Apply?

  • Two choices for applying:
    • Online
    • Paper application
  • GREs waived for graduates of accredited US university if GPA is above 3.0 in Engineering, Math or Computer Science. Otherwise, application needs review
  • Residency form is necessary to receive in-state rates
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How do I Apply?

  • Certificate application process:
  • Official transcripts not required
  • No letters of recommendation
  • May apply for M.S. later with no application fee
  • GRE and TOEFL not required for domestic students

For questions regarding your application, contact: Nancy Clements at nancyc@umbc.edu