Software Eng Fundamentals

Course Description

A survey of principles of modern software engineering; requirements analysis, development and maintenance of a software product and its supporting documents, software lifecycle and various models of development. Course also introduces students to tools and processes needed to develop a software product, system or application, in a systematic manner.

Learning Outcomes

  • Create software requirements specifications, and design and develop complex software systems using software engineering processes and tools
  • Apply design and development tolls and processes needed to construct software in a systematic manner.
  • Design, model, and document software architectures including distributed and client server architectures.
  • Articulate in writing architecture related concepts, alternative, and design approaches.
  • Evaluate software design tools.

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School of Engineering and Computing
Jasmine Q.
Class of 2019