James Vallino, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-2991, J.Vallino@se.rit.edu
Students in disciplines which have a heavy reliance on software applications may be interested in pursuing a minor in software engineering. Students will deepen their software design skills and learn techniques for working on a productive software engineering team. The minor provides a broad view of the software engineering landscape including introductory material and fundamentals in design and process. Student can choose electives in design or process to gain a deeper understanding of one of these areas, or they may choose to balance their courses for a broad view of both topics.
|SWEN-261||Introduction to Software Engineering|
|SWEN-262||Engineering of Software Subsystems|
|SWEN-256||Software Process and Project Management|
|Choose two from the following groups:|
|SWEN-331||Secure Software System Development|
|SWEN-342||Engineering of Concurrent and Distributed Software Systems|
|SWEN-343||Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems|
|SWEN-461||Real Time and Embedded Systems|
|SWEN-462||Modeling of Real Time Systems|
|SWEN-463||Performance Engineering of Real Time and Embedded Systems|
|SWEN-549||Software Engineering Design Seminar|
|SWEN-350||Software Process and Product Quality|
|SWEN-356||Trends in Software Development Processes|
|SWEN-559||Software Engineering Process Seminar|
|SWEN-220||Mathematical Models of Software|
|SWEN-440||Software System Requirements and Architectures|
|SWEN-444||Human Centered Requirements and Design|
|SWEN-590||Software Engineering Seminar|
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The software engineering minor provides students with an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of software engineering in the context of their respective fields of study. Depending on their choice of courses, students enhance their academic experience by gaining a deeper understanding of processes with which professionals build software today as well as current techniques for designing and building professional quality software.
Prerequisites—Choose one of the following:
4003-243 Object-Oriented Programming
4003-263 Computer Science for Transfers
4010-361 Software Engineering
4010-362 Engineering of Software Subsystems
4010-456 Software Engineering Process
Elective Courses—Students take two additional 4-credit elective courses from the list of undergraduate software engineering offerings. At least 12 of the credits taken toward this minor must not be required by the student’s home program.