- Departments and teams
- Course Objectives
- Student responsibilities
- Adviser responsibilities
- Project management
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Bahçeşehir University, İstanbul.
By the end of the two-semester capstone course we expect the student to have achieved ten key objectives:
To help you navigate through these objectives we have provided checklists for key deliverables throughout the semester; these can be found in the course schedule pages.
To help you understand how objectives are measured, please visit the assessment page.
- The student has gained a knowledge of, and demonstrated that they have contributed to, project management, team management and conflict resolution.
- The student has gained a knowledge of, and applied, engineering design including appropriate consideration of quality, usability, standards, constraints and innovation.
- The student has, within the scope of an interdisciplinary team, identified an engineering problem and divided it into smaller sub-problems that can be implemented and integrated with effective use of time and resources.
- The student has considered alternative solutions to the problem and analyze those solutions and selected the optional solution that best satisfies the requirements and constraints of the project.
- The student has gained skills in the integration of ideas and systems within an interdisciplinary team.
- The student has gained a knowledge of measurement and verification of a product and performed verification of the implemented design to prove that it conforms to the requirements and constraints of the project.
- The student has gained a knowledge of innovation, entrepreneurship, patent and useful model protection.
- The student has prepared a project proposal that includes a complete design and plan of execution, and a final report documenting the completed project.
- The student has provided presentations of their work, and demonstration of the final product.
- The student has demonstrated that they have applied to their project relevant knowledge and skills learned in their undergraduate curriculum.