Professional Organizations

INCOSE

INCOSE has changed the procedure for gaining membership through our Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) account. Click here for the step-by-step guide.

Student Division

The INCOSE Student Division aims to promote the Systems Engineering discipline and connect SYSE professionals with educational, networking, and career opportunities.

This Student Division is connected with the Colorado Front Range (CFR) Chapter

Current Colorado State University INCOSE Student Division Officers:

President: Harshwardhan Ketkale, Harshwardhan.Ketkale@colostate.edu

Vice President: Mohamed Rajraji, Mohamed.Rajraji@colostate.edu

Treasurer: Athul Sundarrajan, Athul.Sundarrajan@colostate.edu

Secretary: Aleksandra Scalco, ascalco@colostate.edu

 

Faculty Advisors: Jim Adams, Tom Bradley

 

Interested in getting involved?  Email Harshwardhan Ketkale to get connected.

Upcoming INCOSE Student Division Events

None yet – check back for upcoming talks and events. 

Academic Equivalency

INCOSE has presented our department with an academic equivalency for students to bypass the knowledge exam on their path to becoming an Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) or Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) by finishing SYSE501 with a B+ (87%) or higher. 

We are the eighth institution to be granted academic equivalency from INCOSE. 

Corporate Advisory Board

The CSU Systems Engineering Department is a member of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). INCOSE is one of Systems Engineering’s most prominent professional associations.

Participation on the Corporate Advisory Board connects this program with employers, professionals, and trends in the Systems Engineering field.