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The CS3024 module tackles the technical, the organisational, and the wider professional aspects of large software systems analysis, design, and development, as well as other issues relating to software development, including software quality assurance and testing.The practical component allows students to apply the knowledge gained during the various 'teaching' sessions (lectures, discussions, orienteering, Q&A) as a member of a software project team. While the core emphasis of the module is on the principles of Software Engineering and, even more importantly, on Software Engineering practice, a range of relevant professional topics are explicitly focused on.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
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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.