SYS 282 - Management of the Systems Engineering Process

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There is a need for all acquisition professionals to understand the interdisciplinary and cross- functional nature of Systems Engineering SE, and the benefits of following a sound SE process. This course provides the knowledge and understanding necessary to meet this need. Students engineers and non- engineering professionals are introduced to SE concepts and the SE process. The activities and tools for implementing and managing the SE process during various phases of the system life cycle, and the interactions between SE and other disciplines/functions are discussed. Exercises give students the opportunity to apply SE tools to the acquisition and sustainment life cycle.

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Grade Restrictions: None

Special Requirements: None.



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Peterson AFB, CO 22O-O 23 Aug 2022 25 Aug 2022
Tinker AFB, OK 22P-O 13 Sep 2022 15 Sep 2022

Meet the Instructors

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Capt Jeffery King

Course Information

Delivery Method: In-Residence/ On-Site Course and VIRR

Course Length: 12 class days spread over three weeks

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: Second Lieutenant to Colonel, GS-9-15

CL Points: 21

Prerequisites:SYS 182 Introduction to Systems Engineering SE Web-Based is recommended but not mandatory.

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