27419 - ENMA 811   Engineering Research Methodology

This course prepares engineering practitioners to produce systemic applied research or robust project solutions. In the applied research track, students will learn and apply the methods, tools, and concepts required for specifying the research purpose, proposal preparation, understanding the current state of the discipline, selecting and executing the appropriate research methodology, analyzing and synthesizing results, and preparing defensible publications. In the engineering project track, students will learn problem definition and scoping, project proposal preparation, methods for establishing the current state of the problem, analytical and experimental designs for testing proposed solutions, robust methods for solution optimization, and solution validation.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Spring 2021
Instructor approval
Cotter, Steven
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Weekly Live Sessions

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04:20 PM - 07:00 PM

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