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Developing an undergraduate software engineering degree

Naveda, J.F., Bagert, D.J., Seidman, S., Armarego, J., Hilburn, T.B. and Eisenbach, S. (2003) Developing an undergraduate software engineering degree. In: 16th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEET03), 20-23 March 2003, Madrid, Spain.

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    Abstract

    As those who have done it can attest, developing an undergraduate degree in software engineering is a daunting and challenging task, and there have been instances where a department has tried, but failed to get its program approved. A strong desire to develop a program in software engineering together with interested faculty may not be enough to build a credible degree, let alone a curriculum that will be approved by all the administrative and State organizations who may have a say in it .This panel brings together a group whose experience in developing software engineering degrees at their respective institutions may be helpful to those thinking about doing so. Each member of the group will describe his/her experiences in developing an undergraduate program in software engineering and address key issues and problems that should be considered in any such effort. There will also be ample opportunity for interaction among the participants.

    Publication Type: Conference Paper
    Murdoch Affiliation: School of Engineering
    Publisher: IEEE
    Copyright: (c) 2003 IEEE.
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    URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/566
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