CS 501
Software Engineering
Fall 2000

Professor William Y. Arms

Tuesday, Thursday 1:25 - 2:40 pm, Phillips Hall 101
Monday 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., Phillips Hall 219

4 Credit Hours

This is a course on the development and management of large software products. It combines a study of methods, tools, and techniques for creating and evolving software products, with the practical skills needed to deliver high-quality software products at agreed cost and schedule.  The methods that are studied include requirements, specification, design, implementation, testing, validation, operation, and maintenance. The practical side of the course includes a substantial project for an actual client.

Check the Notices file regularly for information about schedule, assignments, etc.

William Y. Arms

Last changed: August 15, 2000