This course offers an introduction to advanced topics of software development. Today Software development is recognizing as a legitimate discipline, one worthy of serious research, conscious study, and tumultuous debate. The topics, which are included in this course like the phases in software development requirement engineering, design engineering, implementation, testing, quality assurance, software project management issues, software metrics, risk management, configuration management and some other advance topics have been adopted successfully across a board spectrum of I.T industry applications. Managers and Practitioners alike recognize the need for a more disciplined approach to software development. The basic goal of this course is to make students be able to meet and understand the I.T market needs.
The course objective is to enable students to understand software development life cycle, requirement engineering, designing engineering, testing techniques, project management, risk management, quality assurance, software metrics, and configuration management, web engineering etc
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will:
• Understand concepts and techniques of software development.
• Be able to understand Requirement Engineering, Software Project management, Design principles, Software testing strategies and software quality management issues, Software configuration management. Software metrics etc..
The end project of the course enhances the I.T market vision of students and they will be able to do the documentation of any software project by using the techniques and tools discussed and taught during the course.
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