LG 201 Systems Engineering and Analysis
F2QQ 2006 HI
Washington, Benita D.
Hill AFB UT
23 Oct - 17 Dec 2006
Tuesday and Thursday
4:30 - 7:15 PM
Textbook: Logistics Engineering and Management Sixth Edition, Blanchard ISBN0131429159
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Educational Philosophy: This course will apply concepts and analyze Systems Engineering and Analysis principles. Students will gain knowledge through class discussion/mini projects, Mid-Term and Final Exam
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Reading assigments, examinations, class participation, mini-projects and group discussion
Mid Term: 30% Final Exam: 30% Mini-Projects: 20% Class Participation: 20% Grading Scale: 100 - 90 A 89 - 80 B 79 - 70 C 69 - below F
Late Submission of Course Materials: unacceptable
Classroom Rules of Conduct: We are all adults in a college environment, therefore, the University expects that you all will conduct yourselves as such by showing proper courtesies to fellow classmates and the instructor. When someone is speaking, please hold your comments until the person has completed their thought, keep side conversations until break time and refrain from making personal attacks on another students comment(s). Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, whether we agree with them or not.
24 Oct (T) Intro/Ch1
26 (R) Ch 1-2
31 (T) Ch 3
02 Nov (R) Ch 4-5
07 (T) Mini-Project
09 (R) Ch 6 and Mid-Term Review
14 (T) Mid-Terms
16 (R) Ch 7
21 (T) Ch 8
23 (R) Holiday
28 (T) Ch 9
30 (R) Ch 10-11
05 Dec (T) Mini-Project
07 (R) Ch 12 and Final Exam Review
12 (T) Mini-Project
14 (R) Final Exams
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Last Updated:9/19/2006 7:46:41 AM