A Guide for Systems Engineering Graduate Work: How to write well and make your critical thinking visible
Systems Engineering Department
Wayne E. Meyer Institute of Systems Engineering
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This guide is intended to provide the basis for learning to communicate effectively in writing. The guide is useful not just for your engineering project reports or thesis but for all the writing you will do as an engineering graduate student.
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