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CS 3024
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
CREDIT POINTS 30

Course Co-ordinator: Dr E Compatangelo

Pre-requisite(s): CS 2007, CS 2008, CS 2506

Note(s): Assistive technologies may be required for any student who is unable to use a standard keyboard/mouse/computer monitor. Any students wishing to discuss this further should contact the School Disability Co-ordinator.

24 week course: 3 one-hour lectures, 1 two-hour individual practical per week during first half-session; 1 1/2 hour group practical per week during the first half-session; 1 one-hour group practical per week during second half-session.

1st Attempt: 1 two-hour written examination (25%) and two software engineering project deliverables (20% and 40% respectively, 60% in total, one individual in-course assessment on professional topics consisting of 4,000 word essay/report (15%)).

Resit: Students must resit the component(s) they have failed. (written examination and/or individual in-course assessment on professional topics). Students who have failed the combined software engineering project deliverables component need to repeat the course the following year.

Only marks gained on the first attempt will count towards Honours classification.