CS 1631

SOFTWARE DESIGN METHODOLOGY

FALLSPRINGSUMMER
PRE-REQ: CS 441CS 445
Course DescriptionConstruction of large computerized systems proceeds through the stages of requirements analysis, specification, and implementation. This course deals with requirements analysis and specification, in particular, methodologies for improving the reliability of specifications (executable specifications and system phototypes).
Credits:3
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Testimonials

Term Spring 2020Professor Shi-Kuo Chang Difficulty 2/5Quality 2/5

The workload was definitely not that much, with a weekly homework that is pretty simple. The project can be anything you want to work on, which also makes it easy. This class introduces more about software engineering diagrams and documentation, but does not feature any difficult projects.

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