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Date Created: 01/08/16
Course Name: Large Scale Software Engineering: CS 6028 Spring 2016 Schedule: Wednesday, 6:00-8:40PM Instructors: Amar Naga, Instructor [UC EMAIL] Greg Asher, Teaching Assistant email@example.com 513.290.9708 Course Description and Goals This course has been designed to provide the student with the necessary background and skills required to manage projects across the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). The topics covered during the Software Project Management process include economic, managerial, organizational and crisis resolution. Developing software not only requires excellence in engineering but also excellence across various management considerations to be truly successful. Students will learn various software management techniques with a primary focus on traditional and agile project management frameworks. This includes lectures and hands-on activities to confer knowledge and experience in software estimation and costing, planning and risk management, team organization and people management, reporting and metrics management. Course Topics Project Planning Requirements Architectures Models Estimation Scheduling Reviews Management and Organization Change Management Risk Management Waterfall & PMBOK Extreme Programming, Agile, Lean Startup Textbook Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene, "Applied Software Project Management", O'Reilly 2005, ISBN 8184040393, 9788184040395 Lists of necessary additional reading will be on the course website including papers and articles used throughout the course. Grading Attendance & Participation 15% Topic Paper 20% Group Presentation 30% Final 35% Topic Paper Each student will be required to complete a paper based on an assigned reading from a list of industry papers in the topic area. The student will be required in the paper to explain the key points in the assigned topic and provide a critique of the topic as related to the course material. Additional information on the assignment will be provided in class. Presentation The class will be divided into 8-10 small teams. Each team will be given an assignment and will be required to make a presentation to the class on that assignment. The assignment may be to review a case study, to explain a topic area in project management, or to assess the use of various techniques in PM. You may need to work with your project team outside of lecture hours to prepare your presentations and submissions.
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