UNSW Australia is offering free online course on Introduction to Systems Engineering. This course welcomes anyone who wants to find out how complex systems can be developed and implemented successfully.
The course takes you step by step through the system life cycle, from design to development, production and management. The course will start on May 28, 2018.
Course At A Glance
Length: 9 weeks of study
Subject: Systems Engineering
Institution: UNSW Australia (The University of New South Wales) and Coursera
Certificate Available: Yes
Session: Course Starts on May 28, 2018
UNSW Australia, based in Sydney, was established in 1949 and is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching universities with more than 50,000 students from over 120 countries. UNSW aspires to provide students with an outstanding educational experience, which both reflects our strong traditions of excellence, innovation and social justice, and builds on our strengths in scientific, technological and professional disciplines.
About This Course
“Introduction to Systems Engineering” uses a structured yet flexible approach to provide a holistic, solid foundation to the successful development of complicated systems.
The course takes you step by step through the system life cycle, from design to development, production and management. You will learn how the different components of a system interrelate, and how each contributes to a project’s goals and success.
Mike Ryan, Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering and IT
Ian Faulconbridge, Industry Fellow, School of Engineering and IT
This course welcomes anyone who wants to find out how complex systems can be developed and implemented successfully. It is relevant to anyone in project management, engineering, QA, logistic support, operations, management, maintenance and other work areas. No specific background is required, and we welcome learners with all levels of interest and experience.
How To Join This Course
- Go to the course website link
- Create a Coursera account to SignUp
- Choose “Register Now” to get started.