E P D 669: Sustainable Systems Engineering Capstone
- Catalog Description:
The Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE) Capstone gives teams of students the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to think globally, sustainably, and creatively. Throughout this course, students will gain real-world experience by applying theory, tools, and research to conceptualize, analyze, and design a solution to a real-world problem within a social and environmental context. Projects should showcase the knowledge and analytical skills acquired during the SSE program, and integrate tools, science and communication to address a community or industry need. Students will also work with an industry mentor and customer throughout their project.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: Completion of at least 21 credits in the SSE program
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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