Welcome to the Web Site of International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Chesapeake Chapter Student Division at UMD. This student group is affiliated with INCOSE and with the Chesapeake Chapter of INCOSE
The objectives of the INCOSE CC student division at UMD are to provide a focal point for dissemination of system engineering knowledge, and through its involvement with the Chesapeake Chapter to:
A. Advocate systems engineering education and research.
B. Assure the establishment of professional standards for integrity in the practice of system engineering.
C. Improve the professional status of all persons engaged in the practice of systems engineering.
D. Encourage enterprise support for research and educational programs that will improve the systems engineering process and its practice.
E. Promote student division activities with academia, industry, and government within the Chesapeake Chapter of INCOSE and the University of Maryland boundaries.
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The purpose of the INCOSE CC student division at UMD is to advance the state of the art and practice of systems engineering in academia, industry, and government while promoting interdisciplinary research and scalable approaches for producing technologically appropriate solutions that meet societal needs.
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A. Members must be students, staff, or faculty members at the University of Maryland.
B. To become a member of the student division, one must be a member of the International
Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Membership and more information can be
obtained at www.INCOSE.org.
1. Students who are ratified by their school to have an academic load of 3⁄4 full student load
may join INCOSE at the student rate with ‘affiliation’ with their sponsoring INCOSE
2. Advisors and other university staff are required to have full INCOSE membership.