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SYLLABUS BSA/385 Introduction to Software Engineering Copyright ©2016 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course introduces the fundamental, logical, and design considerations addressed during system and application software development. It provides a background in applications software development and testing techniques through a combination of theory and application. Course Dates May 03, 2016 - Jun 06, 2016 Faculty Information Name : Email Address : Phone Number : ROBERT MASCARENAS (PRIMARY) (505) 884-4399 Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding and adhering to all policies contained within the following two documents (both located on…show more content…
Assignments Title Type Due Points Week One Participation Instructions: Individual May 09, 2016 11:59 PM 4 Participate in class discussion. Individual: Software Engineering Phases Individual May 09, 2016 11:59 PM 10 Instructions: Watch the Lynda.com® video "Insights on Software Quality Engineering" with Aaron Dolberg. Think of a software application (for example, an asset tracking and management application) that you would like to implement in your past or present organization, or another organization with which you are familiar. Recreate the table below and fill in the Artifacts section for each project phase. In each phase, identify and clearly describe the deliverables, and provide specific examples. Each phase should have at least two deliverables. Phases Artifacts Name of Deliverable: Key Content: Example of Content in 1-2 Sentences: Inception Planning Requirement Analysis Design Implementation Testing Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab. SupportingMaterial:Access the Lynda.com videos May, 10 - May, 16 Week2 Software Architecture and Modeling Objectives/Competencies 2.1 Identify the system architecture. 2.2 Examine software design principles. 2.3 Develop technical design specifications. Required Learning Activities • Ch. 5, Beginning Software Engineering Instructions Read Ch. 5, "High-Level Design," Beginning Software Engineering. • Ch. 6,
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