Jan 15, 2021  
2015-2016 Course Catalog 
    
2015-2016 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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21-3741 Product Design Thesis II


The product development process begins with research and ends in a testable prototype of a new product, service, or system to be prepared for final production. Exposing students to this full cycle creates an opportunity to simulate conditions students will encounter in the field. Using the research document and the insights gathered in Product Design Thesis I, the student works independently or in small groups to develop solutions within their defined areas of interest. While the final outcome is very rarely a fully realized product ready for market, students are required to conceptualize, prototype, model (CAD), test (validate), and refine concepts before creating their final documentation and presentation of the entire process and proposed solution(s).

3 Credits
COREQUISITES: 21-3740 Product Design Thesis I  



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