Feb 02, 2023
The Industry-based Post-Bachelor’s Certificate in Systems Engineering and Sustainable Engineering is a launching point for gainful employment in the aerospace/manufacturing workplace, professional certification within the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE), and continuing education toward a Master of Science in Systems Engineering.
- Grade Requirements: To receive a Systems Engineering & Sustainable Engineering Certificate the student must complete all courses in the certificate program with a grade of “C” or higher (a grade of “C-” is not acceptable).
- Time Limit: A student is expected to complete all work within five semesters from the date of first enrollment in the certificate program. A student who fails to complete requirements within five semesters may be withdrawn and required to apply for readmission. Students exceeding this limit must submit a petition to the program requesting additional time to complete the certificate. Petitions must describe why they were unable to complete their certificate during the requisite time frame, the amount of work remaining, timeline for completion, and the term in which they expect to complete the certificate.
Good Academic Standing
A student in good academic standing:
- is making satisfactory progress toward the completion of certificate requirements and is within
the time limits of the program, including approved extensions
- is demonstrating an ability to succeed in the program; and
- has a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (B) or better
Unsatisfactory Academic Standing
The program will place a notation of “below minimum academic requirements” on the academic record
at the end of the term in which a student’s cumulative GPA falls below a 3.0. The program may decide
whether unsatisfactory academic standing may be a basis for placing a student on academic probation.
A student with unsatisfactory academic standing will not be advanced and will not be awarded a
Upon the recommendation of the program director, a student will be given an opportunity to correct
the academic deficiency and return to satisfactory academic standing.
A student with unsatisfactory academic standing must provide documentation including: reasons for the
poor academic record; explain how conditions that produced this performance have changed; and
present specific plans for improvement. A student whose cumulative GPA falls below a 3.0, is not
making satisfactory progress toward the degree, and is failing to succeed in the plan of studies, may be
denied permission to register, required to withdraw, or dismissed from the program.
- Credit Hour Requirements: 12 credit hours as specified below.
- Program Code: 8096CP
- CIPC: 142701
Courses Required (12 credit hours)