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Fall 2010

Course ID Course Name Code# Prerequisite Day & Time Room Instructor
First Year
MIS G1010 Statistics and Decision Making 2733 N/A Monday 18:50 NAC8/207 Prof. Mowshowitz
MIS G2010 OOD and Software Engineering 2975 N/A Tuesday 18:50 NAC6/115 Prof. Kawaguchi
Second Year
MIS G3030 Organization and Management 3520 N/A Monday 18:50 HR13 Dr. Jonatan Jelen
MIS G4010 System Analysis and Design 3521 N/A Thursday 18:50 NAC5/148 Mr. Hernandez & Prof. Gertner

† Each class lasts two and a half hours. ‡ Please see the last minute class room change posted in front of the computer science.

Fall 2009

Course ID Course Name Code# Prerequisite Day & Time Room Instructor
MIS G1010 Statistics and Decision Making N/A Monday 18:50 NAC 4/148 Prof. Mowshowitz
MIS G2010 OOD and Software Engineering N/A Tuesday 18:50 NAC 4/205 Prof. Kawaguchi

† Each class lasts two and a half hours.

MIS G2010: OOD and Software Engineering

Course ID: MIS G2010
Course Name: OOD and Software Engineering
Description:
This course provides an introduction to the software engineering discipline and the roles within it. Students will learn how each phase of the life cycle contributes to a product that satisfies user/client requirements. The following issues will be addressed:

  1. Delivering high-quality, maintainable software projects on time and within budget
  2. Selecting an appropriate software development life cycle model for a project
  3. Applying appropriate requirements, analysis, design and testing methodologies
  4. Identifying and assessing language, database, software architecture and quality issues
  5. Exploiting verification and validation activities throughout the life cycle
  6. Employing techniques that help achieve SEI CMMI and IEEE 9000 goals
  7. Enhancing the impact of CASE tools, formal methods and Web engineering techniques

Students will apply software engineering techniques in homework assignments and mini-projects throughout the course. The objective of the laboratory portion of the course is to expose students to commonly used tools for software engineering. Students will have opportunities to develop and/or improve their technical writing and software development skills during the course of the term, with particular emphasis placed on analysis and design.

Term: Fall
Credits: 3.0
Pre/Co-requisite: none

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