Is there a roster of Certified Systems Engineering Professionals available for distribution?
INCOSE maintains a searchable database of certified individuals. It is accessible by INCOSE members at https://portal.incose.org/
. After logging in to the Profile Home, a member should go to “Search Certification Directory” under “Certifications” in the banner.
How do I update my name, email address, mailing address, chapter, or company?
INCOSE members can update their information at any time via their account profile at incose.org. Changes may also be e-mailed to email@example.com
. It is important for all Systems Engineering Professionals and applicants to maintain a current email address with INCOSE in order to receive renewal notices and other information.
What education or degree is required for certification?
There is no required training or degree to apply for any level of certification. Many candidates apply for ASEP prior to earning a college degree. Candidates for CSEP and ESEP who have a college degree may submit with fewer years of experience than those candidates without a degree. Candidates with qualifying degrees (generally, four-year or graduate degrees in engineering, math, or science) have the lowest experience requirements for CSEP and ESEP. Qualifying degrees are described in CER-PROC-01
Certification Process Timing
How long do I have to complete my certification process?
You have one year from the time your payment or passing exam result is received initially in the INCOSE Certification Office to complete your certification. If the process is not completed within the one-year time period, the applicant will have to pay another application fee or take and pass the exam again (for ASEP and CSEP). Individuals are limited to 3 attempts at the exam per 12-month period.
How do I obtain an application for certification?
The preferred method is to download the application form from our website, here
:. If you cannot download the form, please call or email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will walk you through this process. The most common solution is for a user to download the form to their computer, then open Adobe Reader, then open the file from within Reader.
What happens to my submitted documents after I have been certified?
Once the review team has documented their decision, we notify you if you have been approved for certification. The review team destroys all copies of files they have about you.