ENGG 199.11 - Master of Engineering Design Project Completion

Description

This course is a follow-on to the winter term of ENGG 199.10 - MEng Design Project Initiation. This course is focused on completion of the engineering project that was initiated during the Winter Term. The course will provide students with skills and hands-on experience that will benefit them as they embark on professional careers. Students will put into practice the project execution and leadership skills introduced in the classroom during ENGG199.10. These skills include: schedule development, budget development and monitoring, risk identification and mitigation, communication skills, personnel management, client interaction, hardware and software design practices, and preparation and delivery of client demonstrations and presentations. Students will lead and be part of a project team tasked with executing an industry-sponsored, real-world engineering project. The engineering teams will be responsible for all aspects of the project including: work plan definition, technical execution, risk identification and mitigation, utilization of outside resources, schedule and budget management, and client interactions.

Prerequisites

ENGG 199.10

Notes

This course will not be offered in 2024-25.

Offered

Term
Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Spring 2023
Time: 2A
Location:

ECSC B01

Instructors:

David B. Kynor


Term: Spring 2024
Time: 2A
Location:
Instructors:

David B. Kynor