Upon successful completion of Architecture of Complex Systems, course participants are eligible to receive 2.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from MIT.
CEUs are widely recognized across the United States as a measure of non-credit/non-degree study. They hold value and are acknowledged by numerous employers, licensing agencies, and professional associations as evidence of an individual's dedication to professional growth and competency development. The allocation of CEUs is based on the number of instructional hours completed in the course, with the general guideline that 1 CEU is equivalent to 10 hours of instruction.
It's important to note that the CEUs earned through this course cannot be applied towards any undergraduate or graduate-level programs at MIT. However, they serve as a testament to your commitment and achievement in acquiring valuable knowledge and skills in the field of complex systems architecture.
By successfully completing Architecture of Complex Systems, you have the opportunity to earn 2.5 CEUs, providing recognition for your professional development and enhancing your credentials within the industry.