Course Schedule (Summer A, 2013)

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Course NumberCourse NameInstructor
CPE/MT/PEP690WS Introduction to VLSI Systems Design Haibo He
CPE/NIS592WS Computer and Multimedia Network Security Rajarathnam Chandramouli
CPE/NIS604WS Analytical Methods for Networks Cristina Comaniciu
CS105WS Introduction To Scientific Computing Ruth Schwartz
CS546WS Web Programming Steven Gabarro
CS549WS Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing Dominic Duggan
CS561WS Database Management Systems I David Klappholz
CS562WS Database Management Systems II David Klappholz
EE/MT/PEP561WS Solid State Electronics for Engineering I Robert Pastore
EE/MT/PEP562WS Solid State Electronics for Engineering II Robert Pastore
EE/NIS651WS Spread Spectrum and CDMA Xiaoping Wu
EE510WS Introduction to Radar Systems Hongbin Li
EE585 or MT/PEP685WS Physical Design of Wireless Communications Bruce McNair
EM/PME600WS Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis Douglas Fain
EM605WS Elements of Operations Research Teresa Zigh
EM612 or ME636/IPD612WS Project Management of Complex Systems Douglas Fain
EM680WS Designing and Managing the Development Enterprise John Mikruk
FE610WS Stochastic Calculus for Financial Engineers Khaldoun Khashanah
FE680WS Advanced Derivatives Cristian Pasarica
MA121WS Differential Calculus William Kazmierczak
MA122WS Integral Calculus William Kazmierczak
MA90WS Pre-Calculus William Kazmierczak
MGT609WS Project Management Fundamentals Michele Lewski
MGT610WS Strategic Perspectives on Project Management Richard Zultner
MGT612Ws Human Side of Project Leadership Zvi Aronson
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I have to say my initial thoughts about the TQM course were that it would be dry, since I work in such a regulated industry. To my pleasure, it has been anything but. I’ve really enjoyed the text, the faculty, and team projects. I’ve even gone so far as to make posters of sections of the book in our break room for my colleagues to think about and initiate conversations in our group about our quality procedures."
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