ISYE 3106 is one of the concentration breadth electives in the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering at the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
It is an early design course that introduces students to design problems in Industrial and Systems Engineering through project-based learning utilizing past Capstone Senior Design projects. Emphasis is on identifying and specifying the opportunities for designing/redesigning a system through diagnostic data analysis, scoping a solution strategy, and writing/presenting a proposal for addressing the client’s need. In addition, students will receive guidance to help develop their professional skills in communication, professionalism, and team work.
ISYE 3106 Cornerstone Design ISYE 3106 Syllabus and Course Plan FA23
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