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ENM 607 A and B Course Syllabus

ENM 607 A and B Course Syllabus - ENM 607 A and B Capstone...

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ENM 607 A and B Capstone Course Course Syllabus Instructor’s Name: Marvin Heinze Contact Number: 619-313-4009 (btwn 0900-1200 PDT weekdays) Email Address: [email protected] Course Textbook: There is no course text book prescribed for this class. However, there are guidelines and procedures. Please refer to those posted. Reference Materials: Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing. Additional Internet resources related to APA style: http://www.psywww.com/resource/apacrib.htm Course Description: This project course focuses on the application of engineering processes learned through this program. The students are to select research topics under the guidance of instructor and conduct research and write a detailed report. Working in teams or as individuals under the guidance of their assigned faculty advisor, students clarify research topics and identify sources from which data is gathered in preparation for the project. Students then gather data and present their research in both written and oral form to the client organization, if applicable, and to other students and faculty. The duration of this course is three months. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Evaluate critically safety and security system of a building, and/or a system. Write a Masters level research project/thesis based on the findings that include all essential elements of a good safety and security engineering system. Define a specific research problem and/or an industrial / commercial case study Show a comprehensive literature review relating to the study and methods used in the project Identify sources of data for the analysis and gather and analyze relevant data Identify, describe and use appropriate quantitative and analytical models for drawing conclusions
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Defend the project findings during oral presentation to faculty, class and, if applicable, to clients. Course Requirements: Students are expected to attend class sessions, participate in class activities, complete assignments as scheduled, and turn in all assignments on time. Failure to do so may result in the loss of points or the lowering of one's grade. Course Schedule: Week 1: Select thesis advisor and meet with him. Draft thesis proposal. Thesis advisor name due to instructor NLT 12 August. Week 2: Refine thesis proposal and obtain thesis advisor advice/signature on proposal. Develop time line for project completion. Timeline for completion due to instructor NLT 19 August. Week 3: Finalize thesis proposal. Read at least two Master theses written by other students. Signed thesis proposal due to instructor NLT 26 August. Week 4: Conduct thesis research. Complete literature survey. Start writing thesis. Meet with thesis advisor. Literature survey results due to instructor NLT 2 September.
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