Typically offered during both the fall and spring semesters.
Cross listed with MME/ECE 448-449
Student teams conduct major open-ended research/design projects. Elements of the design process are considered as well as real-world constraints, such as economic and societal factors, marketability, ergonomics, safety, aesthetics, and ethics. In 448, feasibility and design studies are performed. In 449, implementation, testing and production of the design will be completed.
Senior standing, CSE 201, and CSE 274.
MPC - capstone course.
Weeks 1-2 Introduction to project and forming teams. Announcing groups and projects, assign an advisor to each team, and teams meet with their advisor; project planning and prepare timetable.
Weeks 3-7 Literature research, brainstorming sessions, generating ideas, feasibility study, and project planning.
Weeks 8-13: Requirements analysis; high-level design; prototyping; professional ethics and other concerns (environmental, etc.)
Weeks 14-15: Writing the final report and guidelines for presentations.
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