June 14, 2015
June 14, 2015
June 17, 2015
26.1392.1 - 26.1392.15
Spreading Systems Engineering and Engineering Management Know-How Across the Curriculum – a PilotA few years ago, a movement was started at XXXXXX to infuse the Capstone experiencewith Systems Engineering and Engineering Management knowledge. However, thediscipline specific Senior Design advisors did not have awareness of the SE and EMBody of Knowledge to be able to provide their students with any substantive learning onthese subjects. A pilot soon emerged of a course that would run along side theCapstone/Senior Design course, to provide just-in-time knowledge in these areas. Thisarticle will address the varied needs of the Senior Design Advisors from the variousdisciplines. Then it will further talk about how those needs were married to key SystemsEngineering and Engineering Management principles and actions to create a pilot courseto improve the overall functionality of all Capstone teams, as well as their project’s finaloutcome.
Abel, K. D. (2015, June), Spreading Systems Engineering and Engineering Management Know-How Across Capstone Design: A Comparison of an Existing Course to a Pilot Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.24729
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