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SYSE 532 Software Systems Engineering 3.0 Credits

Many of our systems today are extremely software intensive. This course introduces software intensive systems engineering. This course is for software and non-software engineers. Topics from the systems perspective include capability maturity models (CMM, CMMI, SE CMM), systems and software interaction, deriving allocating software requirements, traceability, certification needs, mission critical software, software safety, software fault tolerance, human software interface, system and software architectures, reuse and breakthrough software, software interface management, software maintainability, software testability, technology considerations, software change control and configuration management, software quality, software integration verification and validation, software planning and management.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 688 [Min Grade: C] or SYSE 688 [Min Grade: C]

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