CPEN 321

Software Engineering

Engineering practices for the development of non-trivial software-intensive systems including specification, software design, implementation, verification and validation. Iterative development. Recognized standards, guidelines and models.

4 credits

Course Outline

  • Overview of Software Engineering
  • Software Process
  • Agile Software Development
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Software Modeling and Analysis
  • Software Architecture
  • Software Construction
  • Software Quality and Testing
  • Software Management
  • Software Evolution and Maintenance
  • Advanced Software Engineering Topics

Textbook

Software Engineering (9th  ed.), Sommerville, 2011, Pearson Education

Credit will only be given for one of CPSC 310 or CPEN 321.
Prerequisites

ONE of
CPEN 221 – Principles of Software Construction
CPSC 261 – Basics of Computer Systems

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