This course addresses the systems engineering objectives, responsibilities, and activities during the demonstration and validation and the engineering and manufacturing development phases of a system development program. Systems engineering procedures and tools employed during these phases are identified and their use illustrated. Topics include the relationship between a system specification and the system design, systems engineering management plans, risk management, system development models, customer integration into the design process, and design disciplines and practices. The course uses a system problem scenario extensively to illustrate systems engineering principles and specific product design issues.

Course prerequisites: 

645.767 System Conceptual Design or permission of the student's advisor and the instructor.

Course instructor: 
Biemer, Campbell, Fidler, Harmatuk, Saunders, Secen, Utara, Warren, White

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