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ENGG 390 - Master of Engineering Management Project

Description

An individual engineering project to be completed during any term of the final year of an MEM program. The project should define a practical need and propose a means to satisfy it, display an ability to conceive and evaluate solutions, describe appropriate analytical, experimental, and economic evaluations, and provide recommendations for further action. Projects will normally either have an industrial context or will be related to a specific design objective within a research program at Thayer School.

Prerequisites

ENGM 178 or permission of instructor

Notes

ENGM 178 or permission of instructor

Offered

Term
Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Winter 2023
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Spring 2023
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Summer 2023
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Fall 2023
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Winter 2021
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Summer 2022
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Fall 2022
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Winter 2022
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Spring 2022
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Summer 2021
Time:
Location:

Individualized Study

Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Spring 2021
Time:
Location:

Individualized Study

Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker


Term: Fall 2021
Time:
Location:
Instructors:

Geoffrey G. Parker