ENGG 199: Model Based Systems Engineering (ENGG 199-01)


18W: 2A

A Practical Guide to SysML: The Systems Modeling Language; S. Friedenthal; A. Moore; and R. Steiner; Burlington; MA: Morgan Kaufmann; 2nd ed.; 2011.
System Architecture: Strategy and Product Development for Complex Systems; E. Crawley; B. Cameron; and D. Selva; Upper Saddle River; N.J.: Prentice Hall Press; 2015.

Upon completing this course, students will be able to

  1. Use “systems-thinking” concepts and abstractions to manage complexity in systems.
  2. Use model-based systems engineering techniques to model system’s form, function, and concept.
  3. Analyze the structure of systems using graph-theoretic foundations.
  4. Simulate social, technical and economic systems with continuous-time and discrete-event dynamics.
  5. Exercise these skills with an engineering team.
  6. Present models, analyses, and simulations in written and oral form in a professional manner.