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SYSE 682 Introduction to Systems Science 3.0 Credits

Course provides a background on Systems Science in the context of practical knowledge and applicability to everyday problems, systems, and solutions. Covers the principles of Systems Science, which provides the basis for understanding, manipulating and creating natural and synthetic/engineered systems. This course examines the major principles of systems, the history of Systems Science, structural and functional aspects of systems, and other critical factors affecting systems, including complexity, evolution of systems, emergence, networks, systems dynamics, modeling, and how Systems Science provides a basis for and feeds into Systems Engineering.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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