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This course aims to help you learn how to analyze the problem the customer has and how to design a solution that satisfies customer and user needs. You learn to describe the essence of the key software engineering activities and how these activities relate to each other. You are also able to compare modeling methods, assess their applicability for different software engineering activities and select appropriate design practices for the development team. Furthermore, you are able to apply a set of design and modeling methods in practice.
After the course, the student will have a broad understanding of software engineering activities and methods as a whole and have basic skills to participate in software development projects. The software engineering activities covered in this course are: a) requirements engineering, b) domain modeling, c) software architecture design, d) testing, and e) team work.
Course workload estimate
Partial attainments for the course
The following activities grant points towards the completion and grade of the course.
- Group exercise: four incremental assignments and a full, graded submission at the end of the course
- Peer reviews: you are required to read and comment on work done by your peers for each of the four assignments
- Self review: you are required to review your work for the final submission using the same criteria as for the peer reviews
- Workshop presence: groups need to assure that at least one member is present at assignment feedback workshops.
- Oral examination
- Learning diary and concept maps
- Course feedback at the end of the course
Please see the Grading and Results section for more detailed information on scoring the attainments.