Instructor: Tami Katz
Suggested prior knowledge: EMEN 5405 - Fundamentals of Systems Engineering suggested.
Prerequisites: None
Semester(s) Offered: See course list

Current Course Schedule

Course Description

This course introduces the concepts of Requirements, Verification and Validation as applied during system development. Students completing this course will understand the terminology, usage, planning, organization roles, as well as how these methods are used during the system development lifecycle and how to determine what methods are appropriate for the type of project they may be working.

Skills and Knowledge Gained 

  • Knowledge of the concepts of Requirements, Verification and Validation
  • Understanding of different methods to determine and communicate project requirements
  • Understanding of the difference between verification and validation
  • Awarenes of various digital tools to support development and management of requirements
  • Knowledge of methods of approach for verification, including evaluation and test
  • Knowledge to support tailoring of these approaches for different industries and degree of project complexity

Why should you take this course? 

Increase your understanding of how to develop requirements for a system or product, as well as the planning and implementation of verification and validation in a way that ensures the right system /product is developed by your team.

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