University of Technology Sydney

32603 Systems Quality Management

There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 49264 Software Quality Processes



As products and the methods of producing them become more complex, organisations need methods of ensuring that their products are as intended. This subject teaches how to plan, implement and improve quality management processes, and how such systems are common to almost every organisation. Software and systems products are often complex and increasingly part of life critical systems, with matching demands on their development methods and quality management. This subject reviews how quality management systems are an integral part of organisation management, how quality management systems are spread through the different layers of organisations, and how such systems operate. Real-world examples are used throughout the subject to examine aspects of quality management systems, culminating in an industry-based project to devise an improvement to solve a quality management system problem.

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Autumn session, City campus

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