EST 327: Systems Engineering Management, Elements of Product Design and Development
This course serves as an introduction to the process of product design and development as it relates to a Systems Engineering approach. This course will familiarize students with technical product design and development systems, as well as engineering research methods. This Systems Engineering course also includes the advantages and limitations of creative product design, effective and efficient paths to successful implementations, technical reviews, and technical risks associated with cost, scheduling and performance goals. This course introduces the Agile system development process, emphasizing a design process that uses continuous input by customers/end users to define user needs of the initial design specifications.
Prerequisite: AMS 161 or MAT 127 or 132 or 142 or 171; WRT 102; CEAS major or permission of the department.