The PMASE curriculum includes six core courses and four courses in a Complex Systems Track Sequence. All courses offer three semester hours of credit for a total of 30 program hours for completion of the degree.
The six core courses include:
ASE 6001 - Introduction to Systems Engineering
Explore a wide range of modern systems engineering principles and development methodologies. Address requirements engineering, systems definition, design and analysis, implementation, operation, and technical management.
ASE 6004 - Leading Engineering Teams
Systems engineering processes provide a model for successfully managing complex systems. Learn to apply management and development techniques used for successful commercial and government programs.
ASE 6002 - Systems Design and Analysis
Designing is the process of converting information about needs and requirements for a product / system into a complete specification of that product/system. In this course, we consider design to be to a large extent decision making. Design involves deciding on the most preferred system alternative.
ASE 6003 - Systems Modeling and Optimization
This introduction to modeling and simulation for systems engineers focuses on problem formulation, conceptual modeling, simulation methodologies, verification and validation, DOE, simulation execution, and output analysis.
ASE 6005 - Advanced Topics in Systems Engineering – Systems Modeling with SysML
This core elective introduces SysML as a system modeling and design tool, with example applications, guidelines for application, and student project on implementation into practice.
ASE 6006 - Systems Engineering Laboratory
Application of working knowledge of systems engineering techniques applied to a "case study" in an applicable domain.
The Complex Systems Track Sequence includes four courses:
ASE 61X1 - Analysis and Synthesis
Each Cohort will select one of the Complex Systems Domain Electives below
ASE 6102 – Systems of Systems and Architectures
Develop a broader understand of the interdependencies and interoperability issues, interfaces, and processes for creating and defining System of Systems Architecture for complex systems.
ASE 6103 – Lifecycle and Integration
This course will introduce students to Complex System Lifecycle and Integration. System preliminary design must address product and process design throughout system lifecycle from integration through manufacturing to phase-out along with interfaces to other emerging systems.
ASE 6104 – Complex System Capstone Project
Student teams apply methods and techniques taught throughout the program to conduct complex system Conceptual Design based on requirements provided in a Request for Proposal.
Complex Systems - Domain Electives
The above sequence begins with a domain elective, ASE 61X1. Elective choices include:
ASE 6101 - Vehicle Systems Analysis and Synthesis
This Complex Systems elective introduces Vehicle Preliminary Design. The course involves design iteration with disciplinary physics-based methods and tools. It also includes geometry and databases from conceptual design, six DOF modeling, analysis, and synthesized baseline.
ASE 6111 - Sensor Systems Analysis and Synthesis
This Complex Systems elective introduces Sensor Systems Preliminary Design. Within this course, you will define, classify, and examine technology used in stand-alone sensor systems. The focus centers on system-engineering trades useful in designing systems of sensors and systems of systems.
ASE 6121 - Information Systems Analysis and Synthesis
This Complex Systems elective introduces Information Systems Preliminary Design. The course fully examines tools and approaches for analysis and synthesis of enterprise information systems. Topics include user-centered requirement, scenario-based design, UML, network/communications, iterative prototyping, and enterprise support.
ASE 6131 - Human Systems Integration Analysis and Synthesis
This Complex Systems elective introduces Human Systems Integration Analysis and Synthesis. Human Systems Integration is a systems engineering process that ensures all human-related technical issues are properly addressed during system definition, design, development, and implementation.
It is followed by two more courses that will allow you to apply additional methods, tools, and techniques to your chosen domain and to secondary domains.
The Capstone Project is the final course in the sequence. This experiential workshop integrates what you have learned in the program through a complex system conceptual design. Projects are designed to fit the particular needs for your job, your industry, and your career.
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