Software Project 1: Requirements Engineering and Design

Description

SENG3150 and SENG3160 form a 2 course sequence in which students apply their previously-developed knowledge and skills to a substantial practical team project. SENG3150 concentrates on the requirements engineering and design phases. These phases are placed in context through a general introduction to software project management, ethics and software process maturity. In the project, students firstly produce a requirements document. Then they will develop a requirements model which is used to produce a detailed design model.

Availability

Callaghan

  • Semester 1 - 2015
  • Semester 1 - 2016

Learning Outcomes

1. Have a detailed understanding of, and practical experience related to, the requirements engineering and design phases in software development.

2. Understand software process, ethics of software and process maturity.

3. Produce valid designs against the system requirements, and related software engineering standards.

4. Develop skills in client liaison, requirements and design modelling, and documentation..

5. Work effectively in a team

6. Develop effective verbal and written communication skills.

Content

Topics for this course are:

  • Software process and the Capability-Maturity Model
  • Project planning and management
  • Ethics
  • Requirements elicitation and analysis
  • Requirements validation and prototyping
  • System design
  • Component design
  • Design Patterns
  • Review of design against requirements
  • Software engineering standards for requirements engineering and system design.

Assumed Knowledge

SENG2130. Students are encouraged to study SENG3130 concurrently with SENG3150 or before SENG3150.

Assessment Items

Project: Software Project *

Report: Problem Based Learning Report

Project: Project Final Report

Project: Project participation

* This assessment has a compulsory requirement.

Contact Hours

Callaghan

Integrated Learning Session

Face to Face On Campus 5 hour(s) per Week for Full Term