SE-3821 Software Requirements and Specification

Dr. Mark Sebern -- Fall quarter 2011-2012


Course overview


The following course information is taken from the official course description.

Catalog course description

This course covers activities that relate to the determination and documentation of software system requirements. Topics covered include requirements elicitation, object-oriented analysis techniques, prototyping, requirements tracking and re-engineering.

Course outcomes

On successful completion of this course, the student will:

Textbook and reference materials

The course textbook is Mastering the Requirements Process, 2nd ed., by Suzanne Robertson and James Robertson, Addison-Wesley, 2006.

Course policies

My general course policies apply to this course. However, in general, assignments will not be accepted after the submission deadline. If there are extenuating circumstances, advise the instructor immediately, preferably before the deadline.

Grading algorithm

Note that this algorithm indicates how a grade will be determined for students who have successfully demonstrated mastery of the course outcomes. An acceptable level of success in meeting all course outcomes is a prerequisite for a passing grade in the course.