Sep 27, 2022
SE 3030 - Software Development Laboratory III2 lecture hours 2 lab hours 3 credits
This is the third course in the software development laboratory sequence, in which students work on large-scale software projects. At this stage, students are expected to help define requirements for future project work and to contribute actively to laboratory process assessment and improvement. (prereq: SE 3020 or SE 3192)
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Apply software engineering practices and tools to the development of significant software components and systems
- Work within a defined software process and to contribute actively to its improvement
- Work in a small team and to contribute to the overall success of a small software development organization
- Plan and track project activities
- Communicate project and process information in written and oral form
- Research and apply independently learned knowledge and skills to the development of software components and systems.
Prerequisites by Topic
- Proficiency in software development using object-oriented design techniques, design patterns, and algorithms.
- Proficiency in the use of a team software process.
- Familiarity with software development laboratory practice and process.
- Proficiency in requirements elicitation, analysis, and documentation.
- Team work on development projects and staff assignments (10 classes)
- Team work on development projects and staff assignments (10 sessions)
Dr. Mark Hornick
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