CT5025: Object-oriented Software Engineering

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CT5025: Object-oriented Software Engineering

Module Title Object-oriented Software Engineering
Module Code CT5025
Module Tutor Ahsan Ikram
School Business School
CAT Points 15
Level of Study 5
Brief Description This module aims to give students an understanding of the object-oriented programming paradigm in the context of developing software that is well specified, designed and tested. Students will be exposed to a variety of notations at different stages of the development process.
Indicative Syllabus Object oriented concepts, requirement specification, formal specification, abstraction, design notation, testing strategies
Learning Outcomes A student passing this module should be able to:
  1. Display understanding and the ability to apply object-oriented programming principles.
  2. Have detailed knowledge of the software development lifecycle.
  3. Exercise the specialised knowledge, skill and judgement needed to develop complex software by formulating relevant responses at each stage of the software development life-cycle, from analysis of a formally specified problem statement with respect to its accuracy and completeness, to effective testing of the software product.
  4. Produce appropriate documentation accurately and to a professional standard.
  5. Apply skills relevant for academic progression and career development within the sector.
Learning and Teaching Activities Scheduled Contact Hours: 36
Independent Learning Hours: 114
Assessment (For further details see the Module Guide) 001: 100% Coursework: Individual, portfolio: 2000 words or equivalent
Special Assessment Requirements
Indicative Resources The current reading list can be found in the Module Guide, which your lecturer should make available via Moodle.

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