NCKU Curriculum Map
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FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING

The systems engineering begins with the needs of users, owners, and operators and with the realities of the marketplace. This course focuses on the technical engineering work of transforming these needs to a near optimal system solution for complex systems that require multiple engineering disciplines to do the work. The approach is a synthesis of proven systems engineering best practices with the rigor of information transformations. The basic abstractions and processes required are described. The resulting meta-process description for systems engineering work is highly tailorable to organization need and culture.

Course Goal
A. Cultivate professional research experts.
B. Cultivate cross-disciplinary integration, analysis and negotiation ability.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Professional knowledge in engineering field.
  • Plan and execute case study.
  • Creative thinking and independent problem-solving ability.
  • Integration and negotiation with other fields’ experts.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    Course
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    Course Name
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    Credit Taught in English
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    Instructor
    0108/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0107/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0103/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0102/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0101/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0100/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0099/1 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan
    0098/2 N957300 [ES7114]FUNDAMENTAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 3.0 N Juang, Jer-Nan

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