Graduate school test drive: Sample the first half of an evening graduate class
Monday, July 6th
5:45 - 7:30 p.m.
SWENG 497A: Special Topics: Software Documentation
The artifacts we create and maintain to document the requirements, analysis, and design of software systems are critical in the comprehension and communication of the end systems functionality, constraints, expectations and rationale. This course examines those artifacts starting with how user requirements are documented in various forms. The course will examine how these documents drive the development process and how they are managed and controlled so that requirements traceability is maintained and version control is established. Students will come away with an appreciation for how requirements manifest themselves throughout the development lifecycle including design reviews, walkthroughs and testing and how those activities roundtrip back into the documentation so that the system and its development artifacts evolve together.
Wednesday, July 8th
5:45 - 7:30 p.m.
EA 871: Enterprise Architecture Foundations I
(Formerly offered as IN SC 497 Enterprise Architecture). Designed to be the first exposure to foundational enterprise architecture (EA) concepts and practices. Provides foundational knowledge and perspectives that apply to all organizations, regardless of the particular EA approach followed within the organization.
Contact Denita Wright Watson for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-648-3243.
Wednesday, July 15th
Time: 5:15 - 7:15 p.m.
MGMT 501: Behavioral Sciences in Business
Professor Cyndy Walton
Contact Ed Weckerly for more more information: email@example.com or 610-648-3248.