MSc Software Engineering Management (Part Time)

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MSc Software Engineering Management (Part Time)

Southampton Solent University
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The MSc Software Engineering Management degree at Southampton Solent University is a rigourous course where you'll develop the technical and managerial skills needed to be an effective leader within the software industry.

As a former student of computing, you'll enhance your existing knowledge and become attuned to the management requirements of complex software projects.

Within the core themes of requirements analysis, specification analysis, design documentation, project management and reporting,

Southampton Solent University has a strong reputation in the field of engineering, and you'll be encouraged to co-operate with industrial, commercial or professional outlets.

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The MSc Software Engineering Management degree at Southampton Solent University is a rigourous course where you'll develop the technical and managerial skills needed to be an effective leader within the software industry.

As a former student of computing, you'll enhance your existing knowledge and become attuned to the management requirements of complex software projects.

Within the core themes of requirements analysis, specification analysis, design documentation, project management and reporting,

Southampton Solent University has a strong reputation in the field of engineering, and you'll be encouraged to co-operate with industrial, commercial or professional outlets.

Recent graduate Steve Hogg, took advantage of the course's proactive approach to learning. Now a Web and Learning Systems Development Manager for this very university, Steve praises how "the teaching and learning style was very much about us researching and doing things, as opposed to just attending a series of lectures."

Course content

This programme has two components, the Taught Component and Master's Dissertation.

Successful completion of the taught component, which involves six units of study, leads to the award of Postgraduate Diploma and, if the appropriate performance is achieved, allows progression onto the Master's Dissertation.

Taught Component:

  • Systems Project Management
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Quality, Standards and Process Improvement
  • Software Specification
  • Software Metrics and Testing
  • Applied Software Project Managment
  • Documentation of Process and Design 1 and 2

Master's Dissertation

The dissertation is expected to be an original, independent and critical piece of work exploring a current issue in Software Engineering Management, drawn from topics within the programme.

Assessment

This course is assessed soley by coursework and dissertation.

Attendance

Part time attendance would be two or three days within a four-week block, spread equally throughout the year. The remainder may be undertaken via distance learning or by attending the University one afternoon per week.

Special facilities

You would have exclusive access to IT facilities of nearly 100 fully Novell networked, IBM-compatible PC's. These operate with Windows NT and run specialist, state-of-the-art software and applications required for the course, and in business.

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