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CSG2207 Project Methods and Professionalism
Credit Points: 15
CSI1241 Systems Analysis
plus at least 60 credit points at second year level in a major offered by the School of Computer and Information Science

This unit develops students' expertise in: the software development lifecycle; software project management techniques including planning, risk and configuration management; quality assurance; verification and validation software; and software requirements definition and design specification. The unit further studies management issues involved in computing together with technical issues related to measurement and assessment of processes. Future developments together with social issues relating to ethics, professionalism and the law are also considered.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
E50Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
K03Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Computer Science
E52Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
K02Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic Systems)/Bachelor of Computer Science
E51Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
G84Bachelor of Information Technology/Bachelor of Science (Library Technology)
B52Bachelor of Science(Communication&Information Technology)/Bachelor of Science(Library Technology)
MACSCIComputer Science Major
MACSCIComputer Science Major
MAAAASComputer Science Major
MACSCSComputer Security Major
MACSCSComputer Security Major
MACSGPGames Programming Major
MACSITInformation Technology Major
MACSITInformation Technology Major
MACSMCMobile Computing Major
MACSMCMobile Computing Major
MACSSESoftware Engineering Major
MACSSESoftware Engineering Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2006 VET: 31/03/2006