Module 02363 (2012)
Syllabus page 2012/2013
The Module Description is a strict subset of this Syllabus Page. (The University module description has not yet been checked against the School's.)
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Guest speakers present seminars on topics relevant to the work in which Computer Science / Software Engineering (CS/SE) graduates are frequently involved on entering Industry or Commerce. The speakers are chosen to have particular experience in industrial/commercial application of CS/SE, employing or working with graduates in CS/SE or related areas, or legal or managerial aspects of work that requires such graduates. Each speaker provides handouts on his/her chosen topic (usually available either from the School Library or online via the syllabus web page for the module a few days before the speaker's lecture) and a technical report title (available online via the syllabus web page near the end of the semester).
The aims of this module are to:
- prepare students for leaving university and entering industry/commerce by bridging the gap between the academic view and the industrial/commercial view of Computer Science / Software Engineering (CS/SE)
- expose students to some of the breadth, variety and applications of CS/SE in current practice, helping them to see their degree as the foundation rather than the culmination of their education
- enhance the motivation and learning experience of students by drawing on the experience of industrial/commercial practitioners and the immediacy of current challenges that they are facing
- discuss some technical topics in CS/SE that have industrial/commercial relevance but for which there is little space elsewhere in the syllabus
|On successful completion of this module, the student should be able to:||Assessed by:|
|1||demonstrate an appreciation of an industry/commerce viewpoint on, or usage of, some issues or topics in CS/SE||Technical Report|
|2||demonstrate understanding of some topics in CS/SE that are of relevance to industry/commerce||Technical Report|
May not be taken by anyone who has taken or is taking 06-17442 (Commercial Programming (Extended)).
2 hrs of lectures per week, mostly by visiting speakers from Industry/Commerce.
- Sessional: Continuous assessment (100%).
- Supplementary (where allowed): Repeat only.
- The normal continuous assessment consists of two technical reports of 2000-2500 words. The reports must be on the titles provided by the guest speakers. Full details will be found on the module web page.
|Individual lecturers typically suggest a list of references for their topics. Students are expected to find further relevant references on their own.|
- Software Engineering
- Software Technologies and Systems
- Managerial and Organizational Issues
- Legal issues
Last updated: 12 Jun 2009
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