UC San Diego Extension

Successful Software Requirement Analysis and Design

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

This course is part of the following Certificate Program(s):

Upcoming Sections

Dates: 01/18/17 - 03/22/17
Section ID: 120581
Fee: $675.00
Status: Add to Cart

Time: W, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (10 mtgs.)
Location: Room 209, UCSD Extension University City Ctr, 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego
Class Type: In-class—traditional classroom instruction

Instructor: Sokunthea Chap, M.S., Software Engineering Manager, SAIC

Textbooks: No textbook required.
Section Policies:
No refunds after 01/24/17.