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SYST 505: Systems Engineering Principles

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This course serves as a foundation for the other courses in the MS/SE curriculum. Different components of the systems life cycle will be explored. Basic principles including requirements, design frameworks, functional systems, models, qualification strategy, maintenance and disposal will be covered as well as systems thinking. Students gain practical knowledge concerning this subject by modeling functional, state, and object primitives.

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This serves as a foundation for the other courses in the MS/SE curriculum. During this course, the different components of the systems life cycle will be explored. Basic principles including requirements, design frameworks, functional systems, models, qualification strategy, maintenance and disposal will be covered. Students will gain practical knowledge concerning this subject by modeling functional, state and object primitives. 

When Offered: Fall, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

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