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SYSE 511 Systems Engineering Tools 3.0 Credits

This course focuses on teaching a variety of tools and applications. Stochastic modeling and simulation tools used for systems engineering analysis are covered. Course provide a comprehensive understanding of use of tools as well as modeling and simulation concepts to perform simulation analysis of physical and conceptual systems. Systems engineering has great potential for solving problems related to physical, conceptual and esoteric systems. The power of systems engineering relies on the ability to conduct elaborate analysis in an attempt to employ the most optimal integrated system. This approach requires understanding of tools for conducting requirements analysis, analysis of alternatives and systems architectural design. Students will learn how to apply “state of the art” tool.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 571 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 572 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 573 [Min Grade: C]

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