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'''Multidisciplinary Senior Design''' (MSD) is a two-semester course for senior [[Kate Gleason College of Engineering|KGCOE]] undergraduate engineering students. It involves team-based projects that see a prototype product or process through the engineering design process. Each team project is overseen by an adviser, referred to as a guide, and reports their progress and final product to a stakeholder. Students are required to track their progress using a confluence wiki, [[Engineering Design Guide and Environment|EDGE]]
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'''Multidisciplinary Senior Design''' (MSD) is a two-semester course for senior [[Kate Gleason College of Engineering|KGCOE]] undergraduate engineering students. It involves team-based projects that see a prototype product or process through the engineering design process. Each team project is overseen by an adviser, referred to as a guide, and reports their progress and final product to a stakeholder. Students are required to track their progress using a confluence wiki, [[Engineering Design Guide and Environment|EDGE]].
  
 
There are seven different MSD "technology tracks":
 
There are seven different MSD "technology tracks":

Revision as of 08:18, 1 May 2015

Multidisciplinary Senior Design (MSD) is a two-semester course for senior KGCOE undergraduate engineering students. It involves team-based projects that see a prototype product or process through the engineering design process. Each team project is overseen by an adviser, referred to as a guide, and reports their progress and final product to a stakeholder. Students are required to track their progress using a confluence wiki, EDGE.

There are seven different MSD "technology tracks":

  • Biomedical Systems
  • Energy and Sustainable Systems
  • Vehicle Systems
  • Autonomous Systems and Controls
  • Printing and Imaging
  • Chemical and Materials Processing
  • Process Innovation

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