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Level 2 Papers >> B Semester
COMP242B Software Engineering Process

10 Points

This paper introduces students to O-O programming using Java, software engineering methodologies, and an introduction to design patterns.

Learning Outcomes
Students who pass this paper will be able to explain and compare several widely-used software development methodologies and will be experienced in applying the key practices of those methodologies.

Pre Requisite Papers
COMP241 Software Engineering Development

Restricted Papers
COMP204 Object Oriented Program Design
COMP244 Software Engineering Process

Lecturers and Tutors

B Semester


    • Dr. Craig Taube-Schock
      Room: G.2.04
      Phone: +64 7 838 4768

Official Timetable Information


    Tuesday(242+204)15:00 - 16:00L.G.03
    Thursday(242+204)17:00 - 18:00L.G.02


    Thursday(242+204)10:00 - 11:00A.G.30

Compulsory Components
All tests and assignments are compulsory.

Means of Assessment

This paper has four assessment items, 2 assignments and 2 tests, each worth 25% of your final grade. Assignments are completed in groups and tests are written in-class.

Assignments and tests will be assigned a letter grade.

Assessment Ratio
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0

Assessment Deadlines

    Test 1 Date August 23 In class Weight 25%
    Assignment 1 Due September 7 14:00 Weight 25%
    Test 2 Date October 18 In class Weight 25%
    Assignment 2 Due October 19 14:00 Weight 25%

Attendance Policy
Class attendance is expected. The course notes provided are not comprehensive, additional material will be covered in class. You are responsible for all material covered in class.

Other Information
Admission to this paper for non-BE students is by permission of the Chairperson of the Department.

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University Regulations
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