CSC 326 - Software Engineering

Catalog Description:

Application of software engineering methods to develop complex products, including the following skills: quality assurance, project management, requirements analysis, specifications, design, development, testing, production, maintenance, security, privacy, configuration management, build systems, communication, and teaming.

Contact Hours: Prerequisites: [CSC230 or ECE209] and [CSC316 or ECE309]
Co-requisites: None
Restrictions: None
Coordinator: Dr. Kathryn Stolee
Textbook: An Introduction to Software Engineering

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course, a student will be able to...
  1. create a software requirements document
  2. identify, create, and explain different software designs through metrics and heuristics
  3. write, execute, and automate a comprehensive test plan and conduct a software quality inspection
  4. identify and explain security and privacy of software
  5. explain and demonstrate software development processes and project management
  6. contribute as an effective member on a team to evolve and maintain a complex software project
  7. describe cross-cutting software concerns, including information management, HCI, accessibility, and the societal impact of software


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