This course provides an overview of software engineering practices used for development and management of information systems. Students are introduced to a variety of software development processes and major phases included in a software development lifecycle such as planning, requirements analysis, system design, implementation, testing, documentation, and maintenance. Different modeling tools and documentation skills are also discussed in this course. An introduction to project management issues and tools is also provided to give students a clear understanding about different roles and responsibilities of the members of a software development team. Students also apply these skills on a case study to complete a team project.
Course code: CMPT 2276
Length: 60 hours
PrerequisitesMATH 1120 with a C and CMPT 2225 with a C
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