Category Archives: systems education

Techniques for Integration/Synthesis

Where is “integration” taught? At what level is “synthesis” taught to our children. Ironically, both of these are honored as the most important of human accomplishments when they are completed. But they are not taught anywhere in our current curricula … Continue reading

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M.S. in Systems Engineering (CPP)

This is a new graduate degree offering in the College of Engineering. It is an evening/online series of courses leading to the Masters in Systems Engineering. One of the hallmarks of this curriculum compared to many dozens offered internationally is … Continue reading

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SysEduc Publications

This section contains the collected papers, presentations, and abstracts/editorials/reports on other systems education innovations beyond CSA and ISGE which have their own sections. It also contains descriptions of reports on systems-related education issued by such professional organizations as the ISSS … Continue reading

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Minor in Comparative Systems Analysis

The Institute for Advanced Systems Studies (IAS) created 14 transdisciplinary courses funded by three years of grants from the Advanced Projects Unit of the Chancellors Office for the CSU System. Although the Chancellor’s Office denied their offering as the intended … Continue reading

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ISGE – Integrated Science General Education

ISGE is a unique curriculum designed to teach the conventional science requirement for general education of most colleges and universities. Rather than a student taking 12 units of usually stand- alone and separated courses of their choice (e.g. sometimes biology, … Continue reading

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