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Software Engineering Track
The track is designed to prepare students to become software engineers who:
understand and can use the principles and techniques of software engineering essential for the design and development of large software products,
are familiar with and can effectively use a variety of tools for software analysis, design, testing, and maintenance, and
can effectively work in teams and communicate orally and in writing.
All track requirements, regardless of department, must be completed with a grade of C or higher.
|CS 30700||Software Engineering I|
Compilers: Principles and Practice
|CS 40800||Software Testing|
Engineering Projects In Community Service (EPICS), Vertically-Integrated Projects (VIP), etc. can be used in place of the Software Engineering Senior Project if approved by Software Engineering Track Chair. EPICS must be EPCS 41100 and EPCS 41200 (Senior Design), not EPCS 40100 and EPCS 40200 (Senior Participation).
Select at least 2 additional courses:
|CS 34800||Information Systems|
|CS 35200||Compilers: Principles and Practice|
|CS 35300||Principles of Concurrency and Parallelism|
|CS 35400||Operating Systems|
|CS 37300||Data Mining and Machine Learning|
|CS 38100||Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms|
|CS 42200||Computer Networks|
|CS 42600||Computer Security|
|CS 44800||Introduction to Relational Database Systems|
|CS 45600||Programming Languages|
|CS 47300||Web Information Search And Management|
|CS 48900||Embedded Systems|
|CS 49000-CLC||Cloud Computing|
|CS 49000-DSO||Distributed Systems|
Note: Neither CS 35200 nor CS 35400 can be double counted toward the required and elective courses.