An engineering discipline of software: an Australian perspective
Armarego, J. and Cohen, R.F. (1997) An engineering discipline of software: an Australian perspective. In: ISSEU '97 International Symposium on Software Engineering in Universities, 7 - 9 March, Rovaniemi, Finland pp. 27-35.
Engineering faculties within Australian universities are being asked to explore the feasibility of mounting separate Software Engineering programmes. This paper provides an overview of the background for the development of such programmes, the accreditation requirements imposed and the difference in perception of Software Engineering between the Australian and the United States engineering professions. A survey of the curricula of Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) programmes in Australian universities was undertaken, and the programmes examined from the perspectives of requirements for Australian engineering accreditation and the models for undergraduate education incorporating Software Engineering.
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|Notes:||in Taipale, M (ed) ISSEU '97 (International Symposium on Software Engineering in Universities) Proceedings Rovaniemi, Finland March Rovaniemi: Rovaniemi Polytechnic pp 27-35|
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