ELT10110 – Systems Engineering

Module
Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering
Module number
ELT10110
Version: 1
Faculty
Electrical Engineering
Level
Master
Duration
1 Semester
Semester
Winter semester
Module supervisor

Prof. Dr. Kevin Hipp
Kevin.Hipp(at)fh-zwickau.de

Lecturer(s)

Prof. Dr. Kevin Hipp
Kevin.Hipp(at)fh-zwickau.de

Course language(s)

English
in "Systems Engineering"

ECTS credits

5.00 credits

Workload

150 hours

Courses

4.00 SCH (2.00 SCH Internship | 2.00 SCH Lecture with integrated exercise / seminar-lecture)

Self-study time

90.00 hours
30.00 hours Course preparation - Systems Engineering
15.00 hours Self-study - Systems Engineering
10.00 hours Recherchearbeit - Systems Engineering
20.00 hours Examination preparation - Systems Engineering
15.00 hours Praktikumsvor- und -nachbearbeitung - Systems Engineering

Pre-examination(s)
None
Examination(s)

schriftliche Prüfungsleistung
Module examination | Examination time: 90 min | Weighting: 100% | wird in englischer Sprache abgenommen
in "Systems Engineering"

Media type
No information
Instruction content/structure
  • motivation and principles of Systems Engineering
  • Systems Engineering processes and life cycle
  • Requirements Engineering
  • System Architecture and Design
  • Integration and Testing
  • Risk Management
  • Systems Engineering Tools

  

Qualification objectives
  • After successfully completing the module, the student should be able to:
    • Systems thinking: understanding of the basics of systems thinking, ability to holistically analyze and understand complex problems
    • Systems Engineering processes: knowledge of the phases and activities in the Systems Engineering V model, understanding of various system lifecycle models and their applications
    • Requirements engineering: Ability to identify and analyze stakeholder requirements. Experience in creating clear and actionable system requirements.
    • System Architecture and Design: competence in the development of system architectures taking modularity and functionality into account, ability to optimize system designs taking trade-offs into account
    • Integration and testing: knowledge of various integration strategies and testing procedures, experience in verifying and validating systems
    • Risk Management: ability to identify and analyze risks in systems, expertise in developing risk mitigation strategies and contingency plans

  

Special admission requirements

keine

Recommended prerequisites
No information
Continuation options
keine Angabe
Literature

Wird in der Lehrveranstaltung bekannt gegeben.

  

Notes
No information
Assignment to curriculum
No information