Engineering Systems Doctoral Seminar OpenCourseWare: MIT's Doctoral Level Free Online Course on Engineering Systems

Published Jan 09, 2009

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Discover a new field of study in this free OpenCourseWare offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 'Engineering Systems Doctoral Seminar' combines technical and social dimensions to create a new, stable engineering system. This doctoral-level course will be of interest to students pursuing a doctorate degree in Engineering or Engineering Systems.

Engineering Systems Doctoral Seminar: Course Specifics

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Engineering Systems Doctoral Seminar: Course Description

Learn to design and manage an engineering system that is complex and innovative. Students study modern engineering systems and learn how to evaluate and analyze them to construct new systems that work effectively and incorporate a variety of working methods. This free OpenCourseWare at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)'s School of Engineering in Cambridge, Massachusetts, identifies the uncertainty of complex engineering systems and methods for assessing them. Participate in innovative and ground-breaking learning that incorporates several engineering systems to create and design a more effective system. MIT Professors Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld and Christopher Magee teach this course about engineering systems.

Lectures, notes and study materials for this OpenCourseWare are available for free online. To learn more, visit the engineering systems doctoral seminar course page.

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