The Outcomes of Academic Equivalencies to INCOSE Certification
Courtney Wright and Morenikeji Araloyin
Wednesday,16 February 2022
11:00 am- 12:00 pm EDT (3:00 pm – 4:00 pm UTC)
INCOSE Webinar 156 Invitation
INCOSE’s Academic Equivalency Program allows university coursework to replace the INCOSE knowledge exam. Since its start in 2018, 15 university programs have been recognized with Academic Equivalency. This presentation will review the format and initial expectations of Academic Equivalency, and reflect on the outcomes and future for the program.
Courtney Wright is a Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) and the Program Manager for INCOSE’s Certification Program. She has over twenty years of experience working as a Systems Engineer, including at NASA, the US Department of Defense, and the Federal Aviation Administration. She has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s in Operations Research. She lives on the East Coast of the United States.
IMPORTANT – WEBINAR MOVE TO ZOOM PLATFORM
Morenikeji Araloyin is a current PhD student in Systems Science at Binghamton University. His research interests include complex systems, cyber-physical systems, and system dynamics. He previously worked as a Quality Assurance Engineer prior to joining INCOSE in December 2021 as an intern. He has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s degree in Systems Engineering.
We have moved to the ZOOM platform for INCOSE webinars. One significant change is that we recommend that attendees join audio now using the ZOOM platform audio (Voice over Internet). This worked very effectively for the recent (virtual) International Symposium.
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This presentation will review the format and initial expectations of Academic Equivalency, and reflect on the outcomes and future for the program.