After many years team teaching with Prof. Yacov Haimes, Dr. Kenneth Crowther now takes the lead in teaching SYS 6050 Risk Analysis. Additional Systems Engineering faculty who present seminars or teach in the elective track include James Lark, financial systems, Garrick Louis, sustainable systems and public policy, and Mike Smith, multiple topics.
Additional Darden faculty members who often teach in the Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering elective track or present seminars include Gregory Fairchild, entrepreneurship, Marc Modica, bargaining and negotiating, Michael Albert, business decision analysis and data science, and Andrew Wicks, ethics.
Staff Who Go The Extra Mile
The Accelerated Master’s Program is built around the idea that learning takes place best in a conducive environment that is free from distractions. AMP staff are committed to providing an optimal learning experience by planning for smooth logistics, communicating frequently, and relieving students of as many non-academic issues as possible. We work with our colleagues to handle course registration, facilitate student interactions with UVa student financial services, deliver your books and software to you, and even order your caps and gowns for Final Exercises. Program staff assist students through the entire application and enrollment process and throughout the AMP year to make sure you are ready to go when classes begin and on a path to successful completion of the Program. Our support and connection continue after you earn your degree as we keep you informed about alumni networking events and outstanding professional opportunities.
AMP Administrative Generalist
Thomas S. Brett
AMP Veterans Coordinator
AMP Program Coordinator
Great Graduate Teaching Assistants
In addition to outstanding full-time faculty members who provide primary instruction on AMP courses, students have access to Graduate Teaching Assistants who do much more than grade papers. AMP GTAs, who are advanced Master’s students or Ph.D. candidates, are an integral part of the academic program. They hold weekly online and in-person study sessions that AMP students attend to get additional insight into material covered in the classroom, to get help with individual and group assignments, and to obtain feedback on work they have submitted for grading. AMP GTAs attend all AMP classes so they hear what students hear and are available to respond to questions during breakout sessions and during breaks. AMP GTAs appreciate the opportunity to interact with working professionals and find that they learn from AMP students while they help AMP students learn.
GTA for Applied Probabilistic Modeling
GTA for Applied Optimization and Reinforcement Learning
GTA for Applied Human Factors Engineering
GTA for Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
Student Support GTA, GTA for Data Mining and Business Analytics