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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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CPSC 486 - Software Engineering Project

5 credit hours
Principles of software engineering and their application in the planning and execution of a three-quarter-long software development project. Students work in teams to define and carry out software projects from initial requirements statements to final implementation. Activities include project planning and management, as well as analysis, design and implementation of the software project. In the fall quarter, projects are defined and requirement specifications are developed by the project teams. The required software products are then designed and implemented in the winter and spring quarters, culminating in a formal presentation of results at the end of the school year. For students pursuing a B.A. degree in computer science, the three courses, CPSC 486, 488, and 489, must be taken as a continuous sequence and together, they fulfill the senior synthesis core requirement. Prerequisite: C (2.00) or better in CPSC 315, CPSC 370, CPSC 481, a major GPA of 2.50 or higher, and permission of chair. Co-requisite: CPSC 308. (fall)



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