To better serve you, Air University is moving to a new system for registering and managing students and delivering course content. This means there will be some changes in your experience with AFIT/LS. We apologize for any inconvenience or frustration this may cause. We are doing all we can to make this transition less stressful.
The current version of Canvas will be sun setting to make way for a new version. If you are currently in a SELF-PACED COURSE, it is HIGHLY recommended that you complete the course no later than 30 August 2022. If you are not able to finish by then, you will need to RE-REGISTER and RESTART that course in the new version of Canvas. Please note that PREVIOUS PROGRESS WILL NOT TRANSFER. Students can register for courses using the new registration system beginning 1 September.
If you are registered in an INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSE that will finish AFTER 1 September 2022, although you will be required to re-register for that course after 1 September 2022, you will NOT be required to restart. PREVIOUS PROGRESS WILL TRANSFER however student loaded material will need to be transferred by the student. Your instructor(s) will determine at what point the course will resume on the new Canvas platform.
Again, we sincerely apologies for any confusion or frustration this transition may cause. Starting 1 Sept 2022, more information about registration and other related topics can be found on our website at www.afit.edu/lsPlease continue to review our website for updates at that time. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
updated August 10, 2022 7:57:46 AM EDT
NOTE: ACQ Now has updated their website. As a result, direct course links to ACQ Now offerings are no longer functioning. Once you click on the "Register" link you will need to log-into the ACQ Now site with your CAC and search for the course within the ACQ Now system. Find the AFIT/LS catalog by clicking on "My Career" and choosing the "Search for Events" option.
SYS 182 - Introduction to Systems Engineering
This self-paced, web-based course
introduces students to the importance
of applying SE to acquisition and
sustainment programs, provides an
overview of SE concepts and process
elements, and describes the
interactions between SE and other