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CSCI 331. Software Systems

Credits: 3
Department: Computer Science
Description: Problem solving strategies and concepts applied in the context of issues associated with the design and implementation of software systems using a combination of current software packages/environments. Subjects addressed include file processing, data modeling and mapping to storage structures, data base systems, and software design and implementation.
Prerequisites: CSCI 301 and CSCI 220 or ECE 220 or SE 450
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Apply structured principles and good practices to the task of developing software systems.
2. Communicate both technical and non-technical aspects of their work in formal and informal situations.
3. Apply common formal methods to the process of constructing a system and an appreciation of the need to study and develop such methods.
4. Analyze various aspects of the process used when designing a system and employ established frameworks to evaluate the completed work.

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