Viewing: BME 481 : Human Factors Engineering and Quality Management Systems for Engineers

Last approved: Tue, 05 Dec 2017 09:01:29 GMT

Last edit: Tue, 05 Dec 2017 09:01:28 GMT

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BME (Biomedical Engineering)
481
031998
Dual-Level Course
No
Cross-listed Course
No
Human Factors Engineering and Quality Management Systems for Engineers
Human Factors and QMS
College of Engineering
Biomedical Engineering (14BME)
14.0501
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering.
Term Offering
Fall Only
Fall 2018
Previously taught as Special Topics?
No
 
Course Delivery
Face-to-Face (On Campus)
Hybrid (Online/Face to Face)

Grading Method
Graded with S/U option
3
Contact Hours
(Per Week)
Component TypeContact Hours
Lecture3.0
Course Attribute(s)


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Course Is Repeatable for Credit
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Open when course_delivery = campus OR course_delivery = blended OR course_delivery = flip
Open when course_delivery = distance OR course_delivery = online OR course_delivery = remote
Co-reqs: BMME 697 or BME 451
Is the course required or an elective for a Curriculum?
Yes
SIS Program CodeProgram TitleRequired or Elective?
14BMEBiomedical EngineeringElective
This course is designed for biomedical engineering students who plan to work in industry. The course covers industry related topics including team work, conflict resolution, manufacturing and specifications, gap analysis, and root cause of analysis. Design topics including design of experiment, human factors, and standards and regulations relevant to the biomedical engineering profession are also covered. Lean and six sigma are taught with an option to test for a six sigma green belt if a six sigma project is completed in the following semester.

No

Is this a GEP Course?
No
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1. All students must have access to the EOS computing system.

2. Assignments will be due at the beginning of the period on the due date unless otherwise stated.

3. Late homework or lab reports will not be accepted without an excused absence as defined by the excused

absence policy.

4. Unexcused absences for outside presentations and lectures by guest speakers will result in the loss of two

points from the final grade for each presentation or lecture that is missed.

5. The university policy for excused absences may be found at http://policies.ncsu.edu/regulation/reg-02- 20-

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6. Students will be expected to adhere to the guidelines for academic integrity as outlined in the NCSU Code

of Student Conduct (http://policies.ncsu.edu/policy/pol-11- 35-01) and the BME Academic Integrity Policy.

Cheating and plagiarism will result in loss of credit for the test or assignment in question. Students found

guilty of academic misconduct will be subject to, at a minimum, a zero on the assignment in question, up

to a zero for that course component (e.g. a zero for the homework portion of the final grade), or a failing

grade in the course, depending on the nature of the violation. In addition, if you are found guilty of

academic misconduct in the course, you will be on academic integrity probation for the remainder of your

NCSU career.

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  • Use personality type differences as an input for team role assignment

  • Self-monitor team performance, conduct conflict resolution, and use negotiation tactics

  • Define and justify specifications and acceptance criteria to designs suitable for specified

  • manufacturing processes

  • Propose methods for evaluating adherence to component specifications during mass

  • manufacturing

  • Apply appropriate statistical methods to testing data

  • Apply gap analysis to compare existing products to defined user needs

  • Use root cause analysis to evaluate sources of error in existing products and/or incorporate into

  • new product requirements

  • Design product qualification protocols using Design of Experiment (DOE) methods

  • Identify manufacturing processes that should be monitored and propose methods of control

  • Incorporate human factors (including skills and abilities) into new design product requirements


Student Learning Outcomes

Evaluation MethodWeighting/Points for EachDetails
Exam35
Final Exam35Comprehensive
Other15Team Report and Evaluation
presentation15Project Presentation
TopicTime Devoted to Each TopicActivity
Day 1>Intro to Course>Intro to IES>Course requirements (Minitab 17,project, relation to Sr. Design project,SSGB certification, etc
Day 2>Introduction to InnovationEngineering
Day 3Introduction to Human FactorsEngineering
Day 4> Quality Management Programs o ISO 9001 o ISO 13485
Day 5>Usability & Risk AssessmentEvaluation
Day 6>Intro to Six Sigma>COPQ>Define Stage>Intro to Minitab 17>DFSS
Day 7>VOC>Core Lean>Core Lean Tools>Concept of Process>Value Stream Maps>Review for Midterm
Day 8>Mid-Term>CogTool simulation>Class project
Day 9>Intro to Measure>MSA-A>MSA-V
Day 10>FMEA>Prob & Statistics>Process Cap
Day 11>Analyze>Graphs & Root Cause>Inferential Stats>T-tests
Day 12>Correlation>Improve>Intro to DOE
Day 13>Error Proofing>Control Charts
Day 14>>Team Report and Evaluation Due>Guest Lecture – A. Amos>Project Presentations
Day 15>Review for the final>Certification Discussion
Day 16>Final Exam

aeherget (Wed, 01 Nov 2017 16:26:01 GMT): AECHH: Student Learning Outcomes not changing from last approved. 11/1/2017.
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