Computer science graduates often find software engineering knowledge and skills are more in demand after they join the industry. However, given the lecture-based curriculum present in academia, it is not an easy undertaking to deliver industry-standard knowledge and skills in a software engineering classroom as such lectures hardly engage or convince students. Overcoming Challenges in Software Engineering Education: Delivering Non-Technical Knowledge and Skills combines recent advances and best practices to improve the curriculum of software engineering education. This book is an essential reference source for researchers and educators seeking to bridge the gap between industry expectations and what academia can provide in software engineering education.The Faculty of science has a 3-2-3 based traditional computer science program leading to Bachelora#39;s, Mastera#39;s and PhD. ... The Experimental Syllabus Our two experimental program, reviewed and delivered in collaboration with languageanbsp;...
|Title||:||Overcoming Challenges in Software Engineering Education: Delivering Non-Technical Knowledge and Skills|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2014-03-31|