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Welcome to CAP 312

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Welcome to CAP 312

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  1. Welcome to CAP 312 Software Engineering First term 1432-1433

  2. Overview Who? Getting to know me Getting to know you What? Prerequisite knowledge Content Why? Objectives Job Market How? Methods Topics Grading system Schedule Resources Policy

  3. Getting to know me Name: Nourah AL-Rossais Position: Lecturer Education: • BSc. from King Saud University, KSA • MSc from King Saud University, KSA How to contact me • 2nd level. Office#91 • Office hours hanged on my door, or by appointment. • Email:

  4. Getting to know you • عرفينا بنفسك • الأنشطة التي شاركت فيها داخل وخارج الجامعة • هوايتك المفضلة • المشاريع البرمجية التي شاركت في اعدادها • ماذا تتمني أن تحققي في المستقبل (الرؤيةالمستقبلية) • المواد التي درستيها وأعجبتك في القسم، وماذا استفدت منها

  5. Prerequisite Knowledge English language reading and writing skills Programming Business modeling (from systems analysis and design course) Data models (ER diagrams) Functional (data flow diagrams) Object oriented (object models, class diagrams, sequence diagrams)

  6. What you studied in System Analysis course constitutes part of software engineering. Software Engineering is a broader subject. To be a software engineer, you must master several skills, one of which is analysis and design. Q: What was covered in System Analysis course? SW engineering vs. Systems Analysis

  7. The Course • We will learn how to develop quality software. • Focus will be on overall software development process. • Introducing stages in software development. • Understanding the requirements for each phase. • Describing the deliverables for each phase. • Documentation and quality assurance

  8. Course Syllabus • Introduction to software engineering • Software Process Models • Project Management • Requirements Elicitation and Analysis • Software Design • Validation and Verification • Software Testing • Software Evolution • Software Configuration Management • Software Quality Management

  9. Why learn Software Engineering?

  10. The Course Objectives Develop learners’ SW engineering skills such as: Requirements elicitation Architectural design SW Testing SW evolution Project management

  11. The Saudi Job Market IT graduate job opportunity as a software engineer include: Solution developer Project manager SW Analyst SW designer Programmer SW Tester SW Quality manager

  12. Methods To introduce the theory and basic concepts Lectures (Active Learning) Assignments (individual/Group) Tutorials (workshops/discussion sessions) Case studies Class group activities and competitions Guest Speakers

  13. Assesment

  14. Assessment Assessment is more than grades:To many, the word "assessment" simply means the process by which we assign students grades. Assessment however is a mechanism for • providing me with data for improving my teaching methods, and • guiding and motivating students to be actively involved in their own learning. As such, assessment provides important feedback to both instructors and students.

  15. Grading Scheme

  16. Project • What is your area of interest? • Project work on parallel to lectures • Divided into Teams.

  17. Why Team? • Helps weaker students by providing a resource • Helps average students by exposing to more viewpoints • helps stronger students by allowing them an opportunity to teach and really learn • And other benefits, like making new friends.

  18. Exam Dates

  19. Course Resources

  20. Textbook Sommerville, Ian “Software Engineering” 9th edition, PEARSON

  21. The Course Blog The CAP 312 course has a blog located at I will use it for Making announcements Providing course calendar Uploading lecture slides, and assignments Reading your comments and views on the topics Answering your questions

  22. Policy Mobiles should be turned off during lectures and tutorials. No makeup exams except in extreme cases with evidence and the approval of the exam committee. Academic dishonesty (plagiarism) is strictly prohibited, and both parties will be penalized.