Jan 19, 2022  
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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CMPE 499 - Engineering Design & Development Credits: 2


Computer and Electrical Engineering students will work together in development teams to complete a development task. Starting from a given problem, they will plan and design a solution to that problem, and then go on to implement and test their plan. Students demonstrate their capabilities by using the engineering method to analyze the problem to develop requirements, estimate time and costs, perform safety and risk analysis, and develop an implementation plan. The team will then follow that implementation plan to develop their solution and demonstrate their final product. This course is designated as a capstone course for both Computer and Electrical Engineering. Although the course meets for 2 credit hours per week, students should expect to work substantially more hours with their team, outside of class. Graduate students are not permitted to take this course.

Prerequisite(s): CMPE 322  with minimum grade of C and senior standing.
Graduate Credit: This course is not available for graduate credit.



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