National CAE Designated Institution
  • Classroom
  • Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

This course builds on material covered in ENSE621/ENPM641, emphasizing the topics of requirements engineering, system-level design and trade-off analysis.

Topics include:

  • Requirements engineering processes;
  • Representation and organization of requirements;
  • Implementation and applications of traceability;
  • Capabilities of commercial requirements;
  • Engineering software;
  • System-level design;
  • Design structure matrices;
  • Principles of modular design;
  • Component- and interface-based design methods;
  • Multi-objective optimization-based design and tradeoff;
  • Approaches to system redesign in response to changes in requirements, reliability, trade-off analysis,and optimization-based design.

Students will complete a project focusing on the development of requirements and their traceability to the system-level design of an engineering system.

Learning Objectives

Complete a project focusing on the development of requirements and their traceability to the system-level design of an engineering system.

Framework Connections

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