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Immerses the student in the process of software engineering, which involves identifying the components of a software system, breaking complex components into smaller and more manageable abstract pieces, and modeling the entire system. These tasks help software teams better handle the design, planning and development of software systems. Students will be exposed to a variety of techniques used to plan and model software applications. They will also learn about strategies used to gather user input and develop software.
Advisory: Students are strongly encouraged to have successfully completed an introductory programming course such as COS-116-OL (C Programming) or COS-213-OL (C++ Programming) before taking this course.
Semester Hours: 3
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