University of Calgary

SENG 403 - Software Develpment in Teams & Organizations - Winter 2013

A comparison of alternative software processes emphasizing both their strengths and weaknesses. Addresses the human, social, societal, ethical, and organizational factors inherent in real-world software development. Emphasis on team development skills in a large-scale project.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(3-3T)

Notes

  • Credit for both Software Engineering 403[SENG403] and any of Software Engineering 411 or Computer Science 301[CPSC301] or 451 will not be allowed.

Prerequisite(s)

  • (For students registered in Computer Science) Software Engineering 301[SENG301] and one of Philosophy249[PHIL249], 329[PHIL329], 349[PHIL349], or Business and Environment 561[BSEN561], (For students registered in Software Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering) Software Engineering 301[SENG301].

Sections

This course will be offered next in Winter 2014.
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