CS 301 Software Engineering

Course Description:

This course presents a broad perspective on software engineering through the entire system development life cycle with special emphasis on systems requirements analysis and specifications, design, implementation, and testing of information systems. Design considerations include distributed systems, object-oriented design, real-time systems, and user interface optimization. Professional ethics and emergent system properties such as system reliability, security, maintainability and evolution are also discussed throughout the course. Prerequisites: IS240 or permission of instructor.

Last taught by MK in Spring 2015 for two students in need of the course for graduation.

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