• Spring-Summer 2017 Online Graduate Courses

Below is a list of online ISD course offerings for the Spring/Summer 2017 semester. Please note this registration page is for online students only. These courses also have an on-campus section; on-campus ISD students register for classes through Wolverine Access. To learn more about the online course registration process, please see the Register for Courses page

Online course registration opens Monday, March 27, 2017.

Please see our FAQs or contact isd-answers@umich.edu for more information.


 

Important Dates:


Registration opens Monday, March 27
Classes begin Tuesday, May 2
Last day of classes Tuesday, August 15
Note: Deadline ends when the office closes for business at 5:00 pm.
For more information, see the Office of the Registrar calendars.
 

AUTO 503* Automotive Engineering Project down arrow
Professor: Pat Hammett

Course Number: AUTO 503
Credits: 3
Class Capacity: 25
Offered:
To Be Arranged
Location: n/a
Description: As an essential component of the Master of Engineering in the Automotive Engineering degree program, students are required to participate in a sponsored project in automotive engineering. The intent of this project course is to provide students with a capstone project experience where they can apply the knowledge and skills acquired through the Automotive Engineering degree program to relevant automotive engineering problems. Each project must have a clearly defined problem or need; must show a solution methodology; and must be value-added to the sponsor.

 
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CEE 567 Energy Infrastructure Systemdown arrow
Professor: Christian Lastoskie

Course Number: CEE 567
Credits: 3
Class Capacity: 25
Offered:
T/TH 11:30-1pm
Location: 165 CC
Description: The course addresses the technologies and economics of electric power generation, transmission and distribution. Centralized versus distributed generation, and fossil fuels versus renewable resources, are considered in regard to engineering, market and regulatory principles. Students develop an understanding of the energy challenges confronting society and investigate technologies that seek to address future needs.

 
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CHE 696 Fuel Cells and Fuel Processors  down arrow
Professor: Andrew Tadd, Suljo Linic, and Levi Thompson

Course Number: CHE696
Cross Listing: n/a
Credits: 3
Enrollment Cap: n/a
Offered:
 T/TH 3-4:30pm
Location: 151 CC
Description: This course is aimed at students interested in the fundamental science and engineering of fuel cells and fuel processors. It covers the fundamentals of electrochemistry relevant for fuel cells, and the basics of fuel cell technology.

 
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ESENG 503* Energy Systems Engineering Project  down arrow
Professor: Pat Hammett

Course Number: ESENG 503*
Credits: 3
Class Capacity: n/a
Offered:
To Be Arranged
Location: n/a
Description: One of the highlights of the Master of Energy Systems Engineering degree is the required project course ESENG 503*. In this course, students will carry out a project in interdisciplinary teams, and, where possible, in conjunction with an internship held during the summer with an industrial or governmental sponsor. A faculty member will follow the progress and serve as an advisor to the project teams.

 
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ISD 503* ISD Practicum  down arrow
Professor: Pat Hammett

Course Number: ISD 503*
Credits: 6-9
Class Capacity: n/a
Offered:
To Be Arranged
Location: n/a
Description: The SE+D program of study includes a substantive interdisciplinary internship sponsored by a company at their location. Our students gain specialized knowledge and training through real-world, hands-on experience while under the guidance of a professor.

 
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ISD 520 Introduction to Systems Engineering  down arrow
Professor: Harvey Bell, Robert Bordley

Course Number: ISD 520
Cross Listing: n/a
Credits: 3
Available Seats: 50
Offered:
 M/W 12:30am-2:00pm
Location: 151 CC
Description: Introduction to the systems engineering process used to create multidisciplinary solutions to complex problems with multiple, often conflicting objectives; application to large developmental programs from such diverse areas as civil engineering and transportation, space and missiles, ships and land vehicle systems. Coursework includes homework assignments and projects.

 
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ISD 599-002A Software Systems Engineering  down arrow
Professor: David Chesney

Course Number: ISD 599A
Cross Listing: n/a
Credits: 3
Available Seats: n/a
Offered:
 n/a
Location: n/a
Description: This course will focus on process and personnel aspects of developing software for cognitively and/or physically impaired users with emphasis on the development of large, complex software systems. 

 
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MECHENG 513 Automotive Body Structures  down arrow
Professor: Don Malen

Course Number: MECHENG 513
Cross Listing: AUTO 513 / MFG 513
Credits: 3
Available Seats: n/a
Offered:
 W 9:00am-12:00pm
Location: 151 CC
Description: This course emphasizes the body concept for design using first order modeling of thin walled structural elements. It also considers the practical application of solid/structural mechanics to design automotive bodies for global bending, torsion, vibration, crashworthiness, topology, material selection, packaging, and manufacturing constraints.

 
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MFG 503* Manufacturing Engineering Project  down arrow
Professor:  Pat Hammett

Course Number: MFG 503*
Credits: 3
Class Capacity: n/a
Offered:
To Be Arranged
Location: n/a
Description: This project course is intended to provide students with an industrially-relevant team project experience in manufacturing.

 
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*503 project courses are available only to students enrolled in the respective U-M degree programs.