Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates

The Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering will be offering two graduate certificate programs beginning in the Fall 2021 semester. Students who have been admitted to a UF degree-seeking graduate program (on-campus or EDGE), as well as non-degree-seeking students who have been given permission to enroll in ISE courses, are eligible to earn these certificates.

For assistance with registration or questions regarding these certificate programs, please contact Catherine Pantorno, ISE Graduate Advisor.

System Engineering Certificate

The System Engineering Graduate Certificate trains students in how to create, evaluate, communicate, analyze, and manage system designs. It primarily aims at addressing industry needs for expertise in core methodological and application areas of Systems Engineering, including mathematical modeling and analysis of problems and design and management of systems.

Students must earn a grade of “B” or higher in the following 3 courses (9 credits) to earn this certificate:

  • ESI6552 Systems Architecture
  • ESI6553 Systems Design
  • ESI6555 Systems Management

Occupational Safety Certificate

The Occupational Safety Graduate Certificate prepares students for a career in Occupational Safety. Required courses provide a solid foundation in Occupational Safety and System Safety Engineering, while advanced courses build on this foundation to focus on specific areas and real-world implementation.

Students must earn a grade of “B” or higher in the following 3 courses (9 credits) to earn this certificate:

  • EIN6216 Occupational Safety Engineering
  • EIN6215 System Safety Engineering
  • EIN6212 Loss Assessment and Control