The INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) program continues to receive increased recognition and experience impressive growth. We are seeing the SEP designations appear in numerous job postings and have begun to see them being referenced in requests for proposals. In addition, nine businesses, two universities, and several other groups have already partnered with INCOSE through agreements to better leverage the SEP program within their organizations. The SEP program has been architected with three tiers of credentials and optional extensions. The original foundation-level Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) credential was complemented by the addition of the entry-level Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) in 2008 and the senior-level Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) in 2010. An extension for Acquisition (Acq) was added in 2008 that provides recognition of additional systems engineering knowledge in the United States Department of Defense acquisition environment. This presentation will provide an overview of the INCOSE SEP program.