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School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (EMSE)
Senior Project in Systems Engineering II
Senior Proj Systems Eng II
Spring 2017
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undergraduate students majoring in systems engineering
EMSE 4190

J. Barbera, J. Santos, T. Mazzuchi
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Second phase of a two-semester senior project. Field experience and systems engineering project completion in a team context. Each small group confronts an actual problem, conducts an analysis and formulates a solution using systems engineering methods and models. Oral and written reports demonstrate project management, effective teamwork, and the mastering of applied systems engineering concepts.
On completion of the course, the students will be able to: • apply knowledge gained during undergraduate studies in systems engineering prior to senior year towards a real world project. • actively manage a research project, including concurrent tasks and planning for contingencies • critique and review colleagues’ research project reports and presentations • work as a project team through all phases of a systems research project, from concept generation though final presentations and reports • be prepared for entry into a professional working environment or graduate studies, by focusing the student’s knowledge in an engineering domain of their particular interest and choosing Program Outcomes (check mark indicates that course contributes to the outcome) .
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