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Systems Engineering Design, Integration, Verification and Validation

Course Number: ENGR X463.31

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3 units

Emphasizes design synthesis, product definition, system modeling, identification of functional boundaries, interface control, requirements margin management and change management. Participants learn the dynamics of external and internal integration, design traceability, trade-off analysis, and configuration control. The course integrates specialty engineering topics, including reliability modeling, failure modes and effects analysis, criticality analysis, system safety analysis, human factors analysis, logistics and operations. Emphasis on the establishment of conformance verification processes including planning, design, development, system testing design, test and evaluation, process audit, configuration management and product acceptance.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 12

174ETS001

Starting Apr 12
174ETS001

Course Fees

$495 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 6
$545 after Apr 6

Instructor

Bruce Ziemienski [ bio ]

close [x] Bruce V. Ziemienski, B.S.E.E., MCNE, CBNT, CPBE, Director of Engineering, Armed Forces Radio and Television Service-Broadcast Center, March ARB

Schedule:

Thu 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Apr 12 - Jun 14, 2018

10 Meetings

Location:

UCR Extension Center

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Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"Modern Methods of Systems Engineering: With an Introduction to Pattern and Model Based Methods"
Joe Jenny, M. Gangl, R. Kwolek
ISBN: 1463777353

Mandatory
"A Primer for Model-Based Systems Engineering"
David Long, Zane Scott
ISBN: 978-1105-588105

Prerequisites

Applicable Certificates

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