Credit Hours: 3
Learning Objective: The objective of the course is to expose students to real life scenarios and enhance their systems thinking when it comes to overcoming socio-technical and complicated problems.
Description: The course will include stakeholder analysis, formulation of requirements, system design and communication aspects from a systems engineering perspective.
Topics Covered: -Importance of team communication
-Fundamentals of complex problems
-Cost and benefit
Prerequisites: No pre-requisites are required for this course except from graduate standing.
Applied / Theory: 95 / 5
Homework: The course includes weekly group assignments, as well as a few individual assignments throughout the semester.
Projects: The team project will include topics related to complex systems problems and include progress reports. A final presentation will be given by each team at the end of the semester, to a group of industry leaders.
Exams: The course has no exams.
Textbooks: No textbooks required for this course. All necessary readings will be handed out by instructor.
Computer Requirements: Written text software (e.g. Word) and Blackboard are the only necessary tools.
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