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Defense Acquisition University
Stevens Graduate Programs in Systems Engineering
September 20, 2018
Strong partnerships lead to student cost benefits and faster completion times
Stevens Institute of Technology is proud to offer DAWIA-certified students access to graduate programs to help expand your career opportunities. These master’s and graduate certificate programs combine the cutting-edge educational programs of Stevens with the certification training you receive at DAU to deliver you the best possible value.
Students will be awarded credit hours after receiving DAWIA certifications in Engineering and Life Cycle Logistics, and passing related examinations given by Stevens. Details of this program are available in
the course descriptions listed here
. This partnership effectively lowers students' costs in receiving a world-class education and speeds up their time to completion. The maximum number of credits that can be earned from a DAU course exam is six graduate credits.
Your courses will be offered through Stevens' award-winning online delivery platform, WebCampus. As a student, you will have 24/7 access to download lecture content, interact with your classmates and complete assignments. Our instructors will integrate video and other multimedia, real-time and recorded webinars for presentations, Q&A periods, and online “office hours” where students can interact with faculty.
Stevens School of Systems and Enterprises offers key master’s and graduate certificate programs that focus on systems and software engineering, space systems, design and architecture, life cycle support, complexity, modeling, analytics, and agile methods. Stevens is a leader in systems engineering education and home of the Systems Engineering Research Center, a U.S. Department of Defense Center of Excellence.
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