SE3211: Systems Engineering Management Capstone I - NPS Online
This is the first in a sequence of two consecutive project courses culminating the education of students enrolled in a Master of Science in Systems Engineering Management curriculum. It is intended to provide an authentic engineering experience within which to apply learning and demonstrate mastery of tools acquired from the core curriculum of systems engineering management courses. Capstone projects are oriented upon real-world problems with topics provided by sponsor agencies, selected by faculty and assigned to student teams. Once initial capstone project proposals are formulated, teams are formed to critically analyze the selected problems and use systems engineering methodologies to develop conclusions and recommendations. The course sequence spans two academic quarters, allows students to execute their study under the supervision of faculty experts, and must yield a final capstone report and oral presentation/review.
Included in degrees & certificates
- Apply learning and demonstrate mastery of tools acquired from the core curriculum of systems engineering management courses to an authenticate engineering problem.
- Engage and collaborate with capstone projects sponsor agencies to develop viable solution.
- Formulate the engineering problem, critically analyze elements of the problem using systems engineering methodologies.
- Develop conclusions and recommendations that address the needs of the sponsor.
Upon successful completion of this project course sequence, students will be able to:
08 Jan 2024
Spring Quarter applications due
01 Apr 2024
Summer Quarter applications due
08 Jul 2024
Fall Quarter applications due