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Module Code: CSE208
Module Title: Software Engineering Group Project
Module Level: Level 2
Module Credits: 5.00
Academic Year: 2017/18
Semester: SEM2
Originating Department: Computer Science and Software Engineering
Pre-requisites: N/A
   
Aims
Students will work in groups of four to produce a working software system.
The deliverables and working methods will be prescribed.
to provide experience of group working;
to provide experience of all aspects of the development of a moderately sized software system;
to prepare students for their individual projects in the final year;
to consolidate material from the first semester of the third year.
Learning outcomes 
An understanding of working as part of a team;

1.improved personal,interpersonal and communication skills;

2.a more in depth understanding of the software development process;

3.an ability to specify the requirements of a software system;

4.experience in the design of a software system;

5.practical experience in the implementation and testing of a moderately sized software system;

6.an awareness of project management issues;

7.nderstanding of the process and role of software documentation;

8.experience in the writing of a sizeable report on a software project
Method of teaching and learning 
The overall strategy is to allow self and peer guided learning within a tightly defined framework.

At the beginning of the module an introductory lecture will outline details of the project scheme, and documentation detailing the framework and expectations will be provided. Thereafter lectures will be given at the rate of one a week describing the key skills needed to carry out the project. Students will be put into teams of four, and thereafter will be expected to work largely autonomously. Teams will be expected to hold regular project meetings, the minutes of which will be monitored by staff. Certain software deliverables will be prescribed: the projects will produce a database front end tools for maintaining the database tools for accessing, analysing and presenting the data

The domain of the system must be selected by the team. Each project will have three milestones:requirements specification, design specification, completed system and final report

Each of these will be reviewed and assessed by staff. Staff will be available on an 'as needed' basis to offer support, guidance and to arbitrate any difficulties.
Syllabus 
14 lectures will be given:
Introduction to the project framework;
meeting skills;
project planning;
requirements specification;
presentation skills;
design specification;
group dynamics and negotiation;
quality management;
configuration management;
document testing;
report writing, project misc.
Delivery Hours  
Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab/Prcaticals Fieldwork / Placement Other(Private study) Total
Hours/Semester 14           136  150 

Assessment

Sequence Method % of Final Mark
1 Group Project 100.00

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