SYSEN 5300 - Systems Engineering and Six Sigma for the Design and Operation of Reliable Systems

(crosslisted) MAE 5930 
     
Fall. 3-4 credits, variable. Student option grading.

Prerequisite: SYSEN 5100  and either ENGRD 2700  or CEE 3040  or permission of instructor. Satisfies Modeling and Analysis elective requirement. To take course, enroll for three credits. Extra project work is required to earn the Six Sigma Black Belt certification. Enroll for four credits to undertake the extra project work and earn Black Belt certification.

H. O. Gao.

Develops skills in the design, operation and control of systems for reliable performance. Focuses on four key themes; risk analysis (with a particular emphasis on risk assessment and risk characterization), modeling system reliability (including the development of statistical models based on accelerated life testing), quality control techniques and the optimization of system design for reliability. Six Sigma Green or Blackbelt can be earned through activities associated with course. Students in distance-learning programs enroll in SYSEN 5100 . Lectures are identical for all versions.



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