Today, software development often encompasses working on large programs, as a team member most likely work together and interacting with others in secondary disciplines and/or teams for many years. Studying the principles and method of software engineering is understanding its setting, tools and techniques. Bircham University’s Software Engineering program is not just a superficial outline of this field, it offers students a chance to weigh up practical decisions. It has been modernised to cover the latest developments such as UML and Software Architecture.
Subjects covered on this course include: Data Structures, Computer & Human Interaction, Network Software Design, Software & Hardware Management, Software Systems Integration, Dynamic Systems Analysis, Software Designing, Software Testing & Quality, Software Project Management and Software Engineering.
The Software Engineering course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.