SysML 201 - Model-Based Engineering Fundamentals: Creating SysML Models

Course Description

Go beyond the comprehension skills you acquired in DEF 4508P - SysML 101-Model-Based Engineering-Fundamentals: Understanding SysML Models. Learn to implement essential concepts through hands-on sessions and exercises with a representative SysML tool. These skills are reinforced by doing useful things with the resulting SysML models — not just building them for the sake of documentation.

Available Classroom Sections

Start Date End Date Registration Deadline Format Location Cost CRN
Section Details Nov 14, 2018 Nov 16, 2018 Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 23:59 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,495 18328
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17012 Nov 15, 2017 Nov 17, 2017 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,495

Special Discounts

GTRI employees are eligible for a discount on this course.  If you are a GTRI employee, please go to and look under “GT Professional Development” for a coupon code to use when checking out.

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Who Should Attend

Engineers, scientists, managers and technicians

How You Will Benefit

  • Create models in a SysML tool that include the kinds of diagrams and constructs learned in SysML 101.

  • Develop SysML activity models that are executable (e.g., to operate a system).

  • Construct SysML models that contain calculations and execute parametric simulations.

  • Verify system requirements (e.g., based on simulation results) and auto-generate traceability matrices.

  • Perform introductory trade studies.

  • Generate documents automatically from system models.

  • Describe the benefits and costs of implementing SysML models in a real SysML tool (vs. sketching SysML diagrams in a drawing tool).


  • Tool intro

  • Structure exercises

  • Behavior exercises

  • Requirements exercises

  • Collaboration tools



  • Notebook and CD-ROM of course notes, exercises and sample models

For Course-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: Russell Peak, Ph.D.