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Course Descriptions

The Computer Science curriculum prepares students for careers in all areas of the computer industry as well as for graduate studies in computer science and computer related fields. Students have also found a computer science major to be excellent preparation for careers in law, medicine, business administration, industrial engineering, biomedical engineering, and other technical and non-technical fields.

CSSE 499 - Senior Capstone Project III

  • Credit Hours: 4C
  • Term Available: S
  • Graduate Studies Eligible: No
  • Prerequisites: CSSE 371, CSSE 374 and CSSE 498
  • Corequisites: None

For a capstone experience, students work on a team to complete a three-term software engineering project for an approved client. Students choose from two approaches to complete their capstone: 1) Develop a substantive software product, using defensible software processes. The teams focus on delivering key software development, administrative, and user artifacts to the client. Tasks include project planning, risk analysis, use of standards, prototyping, configuration management, quality assurance, project reviews and reports, team management and organization, copyright, liability, and handling project failure. 2) Investigate a substantive software product or engineering process problem, using a defensible and documented research approach. Tasks include problem analysis, developing alternative solutions, evaluating the solutions via prototyping and iterative processes of investigation, comparing the potential solutions, recording the investigation experience in a research report, and delivering the research artifacts to the client.

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