In this course students are exposed to the pillars of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Students explore and apply the concepts required to analyze, design, create, install and document a systems project through individual and team exercises. Learners will be exposed to key project management concepts and practices.
Using Object Oriented Design (OOD), students learn how to identify classes and build the domain model. Additionally, learners are introduced to an industry standard modeling graphical language: Unified Modeling Language (UML). Students learn the features of various Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) patterns such as the Agile iterative model and the WaterFall model. Learners will learn the key players and stakeholders in a typical project and their roles. Various testing types such as unit testing, feature testing, regression testing, user acceptance testing, smoke test, and functional testing are also introduced.
Course code: CSTP 1204
Length: 60 hours
PrerequisitesCSTP 1105 Introduction to Programming
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