This course focuses on business and process perspectives. It is designed for senior technical contributors in preparation for their expanded leadership responsibilities. Topics include: disciplines and workflows associated with requirements gathering and analysis; the skills, processes, and methods recommended in successfully planning and designing a software project that meets customer time and budget requirements; stakeholder analysis; software and system architecture context; translating requirements into design elements; and issues of organization, value, and quality.
Note: Recommended Prerequisite: "Business Practices for Software Project Managers".
Course Number: CSE-40850
Credit: 3.5 units
M, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Room 308, UCSD Extension University City Ctr, 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Class Type: In-class—traditional classroom instruction
Instructors: Sokunthea Chap, M.S., Software Engineering Manager, SAIC
Michael J Macdonald M.S., Software Manager, SAIC
Textbooks: No information available at this time.
No refunds after 07/04/15.