ENMA 751/851:  Complexity, Engineering and Management

This course examines management and engineering of complex systems as it is undertaken in complex situations. The student will develop an understanding of the unconditional attributes of complex systems and situations that become foundational in the development of robust methods to deal with the practical reality of working in dynamic, uncertain environments. Topics will include Complexity, Complex Systems, Complex Adaptive Systems, Complex Responsive Processes, Complex Adaptive Situations Methodology, SOSE, Reciprocality, and Sociotechnical Systems. Course runs from 5/20/2019 – 8/9/2019

Total Credit Hours: 3
Summer 2019
Instructor approval required
Gheorghe, Adrian
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Weekly Live Sessions

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5:30 PM 9:00 PM

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