Watch our newest videos for an overview of the Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering and short (1 – 2 minute) pieces highlighting the value of the cohort, the strength of the alumni network, and the benefits employers gain by enrolling employees in the program.
Learn more about the Accelerated Master’s Program by watching these short (1 – 2 minute) videos of AMP faculty, students, and alumni.
Professor Peter Beling likes to incorporate real world examples from students’ work experiences into his Applied Optimization course for the AMP.
Professor Steve Patek enjoys teaching working professionals in the AMP because they apply the concepts they learn in diverse settings and bring a lot of experience to his Applied Probability course.
The skills students gain in the Risk Analysis course taught by Prof. Kenneth Crowther help them navigate decisions under uncertainty and contribute analytic support to their organizations to help decision-makers make better decisions.
In his Applied Human Factors course, Prof. Greg Gerling gives AMP in SE students tools to help them solve problems with user interfaces and be better able to design systems and analyze data.
Darden Prof. Marc Modica talks about teaching negotiations in the Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering and tells why he is a true believer in the AMP.
Army veteran Doug Fraser, AMP ’13, talks about the UVa Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering and its impact on his career.
AMP ’11 alumnus Nathaniel Horner’s favorite things about the UVA Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering were the program’s culture and working closely with members of his cohort as they went through the year-long challenge together.
Darden Prof. Alec Horniman encourages working professionals in the Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering to think about the unique value they create, consequences of their decisions, and how they are going to make a difference in the world.