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2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
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IMSE 808 - Systems Engineering Fundamentals

Credits: 3

Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary engineering management process used to develop an integrated, life-cycle balanced set of system solutions that satisfy customer needs. This course provides the fundamentals of a systems engineering approach to solving complex engineering systems problems. This course will address systems engineering processes and tools as they relate to the development and life cycle management of complex systems. Topics included in the course are analyzing customer’s needs, requirements development, systems design, development and integration, developing technical performance measures, system verification and managing cost, schedule, and risk in engineering tasks. This course will also introduce reliability, availability and maintainability concepts and their applicability with complex systems. This course is applicable to all engineering disciplines involved with complex engineering systems.

Prerequisite: 9 graduate credits from any engineering discipline, B.S. Engineering or Computer Science degree.

Typically Offered
On sufficient demand

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