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Education

OUR PROGRAMS

The RESA Center, together with Clemson University’s Glenn Department of Civil Engineering, helps better prepare professionals to understand and manage risk by offering targeted education and training programs.

 

 

Our programs are designed for the working professional who wants to better understand how to quantify, analyze and manage risk in the workplace.

Whether online, in-person, or somewhere in-between, our education and training programs have been developed to fill today’s and tomorrow’s knowledge gaps in risk engineering. Our program focuses on coupling state-of-the-art concepts in analytics with solid foundations in risk and applied examples. Our instructors come from academia and industry to give you the most relevant learning experience.

THE CLEMSON EXPERIENCE

No GRE

Admission to the program does not require you to have taken the GRE, so forget those study guides.

100% Online

Courses are taught through varying media to accommodate different learning styles. All content is available online for the mobile student.

Real-World Skills

The curriculum has been developed in collaboration with industry professionals to reflect current trends and real-world examples.

Enterprise Faculty

Industry professionals work alongside university professors during the class to give real world insights.

Premier Institution

Clemson University is ranked among the top 25 U.S. public institutions in 2018.

MASTERS OF ENGINEERING DEGREE

Build Your Own Masters Degree.

The Masters of Engineering in Risk Engineering and Systems Analytics is a terminal degree at The Glenn Department of Civil Engineering at Clemson University. This degree was designed to help working professionals in the fields of risk management, risk engineering, safety, and insurance to better understand, communicate, and manage risk. Classes introduce traditional engineering methods and techniques with applications in risk-centric domains. Special features of the program include:

+    Stackable Certificates

+    Capstone Project

+    31 Credit Hours Total

Risk Engineering Certificate

Foundational principles of risk engineering and management. Learn methods for estimation and calculating risk probability, with an emphasis on human factors.

Overview of theories in sensation, perception, cognition and motor control of humans related to the design of systems; application of theories to risk engineering and human reliability assessments in order to reduce risk within systems and environments.

Concepts of uncertainty, random variables, probability in risk engineering; fundamentals of sampling, estimation, inference, test of goodness-of-fit and regression; survival analysis. Topics and examples are focused on risk of constructed facilities.

Measures of risk, vulnerability, and consequence; methods for risk analysis and estimation; consequence models; risk communication and acceptance criteria; and treatment and management of risk.  Focus on concepts, theories, and applications for risk engineering and management

Fundamentals of uncertain information processing, Monte Carlo simulation, risk analysis tools, event tree analysis, fault tree analysis, decision tree and risk-based decision analysis, Bayesian updating for decision making, value of information analysis, and risk analysis for complex systems.

System Analytics Certificate

Principles of risk analytics and decision making. Learn approaches to data mining and decision making with a focus on enterprise risk management and business.

Essential theoretical and practical techniques in data mining, including fundamental concepts in data mining, preprocessing, characterization and comparison, frequent pattern analysis, classification and prediction, cluster analysis, hypotheses evaluation, feature extraction, outlier analysis, and dimensionality reduction.

Development of optimization models to aid in complex decision-making and mitigate risk. Risk measures of basic stochastic and robust optimization models. Soft constraints to measure risk. Implementation of models in software systems in decision support systems.

Supply chain risk management principles reviewed with an emphasis on risk analytics and measurement of disruptions on potential supply chain scenarios. Disruptions and risks covered will include those linked to both natural and manmade risks.

Study of enterprise risk-management (ERM); ERM process; ERM frameworks, including cooperate governance, line management, portfolio management, risk transfer, and risk analytics; ERM applications including: credit, market, operation risk, and business applications, and financial institutions; ERM implementation.

Risk Management Certificate

Fundamentals of risk estimation, mitigation, and management. Learn approaches to risk management with a focus on human error, enterprise risk, and decision making.

Measures of risk, qualitative and quantitative methods for risk analysis and estimation; consequence models; risk communication and acceptance criteria; interpreting and presentation of risk assessment results; risk-informed decision-making; practical loss control. Focus on concepts, theories, and applications for risk engineering and management.

Overview of theories in sensation, perception, cognition and motor control of humans related to the design of systems; application of theories to risk engineering and human reliability assessments in order to reduce risk within systems and environments.

Development of optimization models to aid in complex decision-making and mitigate risk. Risk measures of basic stochastic and robust optimization models. Soft constraints to measure risk. Implementation of models in software systems in decision support systems.

Study of enterprise risk-management (ERM); ERM process; ERM frameworks, including cooperate governance, line management, portfolio management, risk transfer, and risk analytics; ERM applications including: credit, market, operation risk, and business applications, and financial institutions; ERM implementation.

To download our brochure, click here.

APPLICATION & ADMISSIONS PROCESS

To apply for the Masters of Engineering program or the certificate program, please complete the following steps.

1. Ensure You Meet Minimum Requirements.

Applicants:

+  Must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.

+  Must provide a transcript, or letter authenticating degree in lieu

    of transcript.

+  Must possess knowledge of probability and statistics in

    academic studies or professional experiences.

+  Do not need to submit GRE scores for this program.

+  Should have at least 2 years relevant work experience.

2. Schedule an appointment with an Admissions Counselor.

Email Andrew Edmunds (edmund2@clemson.edu) to arrange a time to discuss program options and make sure this program is right for you.

3. Ensure You Have All Necessary Documents.

Those documents include:

+  Unofficial Transcripts

•  Official Transcripts required upon acceptance. Do not send

   official transcripts until you have received your letter of

   acceptance.

Letter of Recommendation

•  This letter should come from your supervisor or manager as

   an endorsement indicating that this program fits within your

   career objectives and that you have exhibited the skills,

   discipline, desire, and intelligence necessary to succeed in

   this online program.

4. Complete Your Clemson University Application.

Click here to apply.

5. Interview with Admissions Officer.

If your application is approved, you will be contacted to participate in an admissions interview. The purpose of this interview is to learn more about your professional experiences and to confirm your English literacy proficiency.

6. Receive Your Admissions Decision!

You can monitor your application status through the Clemson University online application. You will be notified via email regarding your admissions decision.

7. Enroll in Classes.

All accepted students will be enrolled in the upcoming term.

For questions or further assistance, please contact Andrew Edmunds (edmund2@clemson.edu).

TRAINING

Our training programs have been developed through close collaboration with industry and are based on direct gaps present in the workplace with regards to how people understand risk, how risk is communicated and managed. Our instructors emphasize real-world application having either worked in industry themselves or taught industry professionals on a regular basis. Additionally, our award-winning faculty regularly lead research in state-of-the-art risk analytics techniques. Training programs vary in depth and can be tailored for a variety of audiences and time-constraints.

What RESA Offers

Corporate Training

  • Comprehensive learning experience
  • Average duration: 3-5 days

Workshops

  • Brief, targeted learning experience
  • Average duration: 4-8 hours

Topics

  • Fundamentals of Risk Engineering
  • Introduction to Risk Modeling
  • Community Resilience
  • Natural Disaster Risks
  • Supply Chain Risk Analytics
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Human Factors in Risk Engineering
  • Data Mining & Analytics
  • Risk applications in Insurance
  • Risk applications in Energy & Power
  • Risk applications in Construction & Structures
  • Risk applications in Business
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Benefits of Partnering

Facilities

On-site training available at RESA in Greenville, SC; classrooms and labs can accommodate up to 50 participants.

On-the Shelf Training Programs

Select one of our pre-designed training programs with content to share with your company.

Customized Program Modules

Don’t see a topic that suits your needs or looking for a customized experience? RESA can develop training experiences tailored to your company needs.

On-site Availability

Want to stay put? RESA will come to your company.

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