Software Engineering Management
Software Engineering Program
A number of converging trends make it
extremely likely that study software will become ubiquitous and the more
important profession within 10 years.
Trends include: Improvements in battery
technology, intelligent streets and roads, automation in every human fields,
head worn sound and visual displays, input devices, speech recognition,
handwriting recognition will allow mobile computing to become the norm. There
are no more 'basic breakthroughs' needed in any of these areas before wearable
computers become a given in the near future. Broadband access, especially
wireless will mean that the normal state of affairs for a student will be to be
online at a moment's notice. Ultimately the computer will be a constantly worn
companion for a typical human.
Demand for the service will increase. With
physical goods becoming cheaper, and less labor intensive, increasing emphasis
on 'services' as a valuable labor commodity throughout the world will mean that
higher and higher levels of education, with increased competition for places,
will require improvements in learning efficiency that can only be brought about
through the application of specialized study software to the problem.
As a part of technology evolution, software
development has evolved and matured a lot, and the present trends show that
there is going to be a paradigm shift in the developers’ roles. The question
is: are you ready yet?
With Web 3.0, the exponential increase of
Internet-enabled mobile devices, and adoption of cloud computing technologies,
an increasing number of applications are being pushed on the Web. In the future,
the Web will be considered the most important medium for any kind of
communication, commerce, and context-driven collaboration and for use of any
kind of automated services (the consumption part of IT services). Web 3.0,
mobile technologies, and cloud computing will together evolve as complementary
trends that support each other’s growth.
The future of IT will be cloud computing, or
software applications delivered and consumed through Web browsers. The concept
of packaged software is old now and will be replaced by applications accessible
through the Web. The ubiquitous nature of the Internet has produced more
informed users, and this factor acts as a driver for frequently changing demands
for services, thereby laying the foundation for an uncertain long-term landscape
The easy access to setup IT infrastructure
through cloud stack and frequently changing demands for more services and
products open up a lot of entrepreneurial opportunities. Because in the future
we will see various mobile devices as the main access points for the Web,
whether it is for commerce, communication, or context, many aspiring
entrepreneurs will have to gain technical knowledge, too. The future is for tech
If you show to a future employer y our Diploma
& Transcript of our MBA of Software Engineering (and also the lectures of
the studied 107 lessons!), you will have a bigger possibility of being employed
by that company than your job competitor.
Our Software Engineering course
covers the following matters:
01. General Control Theory
02. Feedback Control System
03. Management by Exception
After the imperative General Control Theory,
our MBA of Software Engineering are divided into 11 sub disciplines:
04. Software requirements: The elicitation, analysis, specification, and validation of requirements for
05. Software design: The process of defining the architecture, components, interfaces, and other characteristics of a system or component.
06. Software construction: The detailed creation of working, meaningful software through a combination of coding, verification, unit testing, integration testing, and debugging.
07. Software testing: The dynamic verification of the behavior of a program on a finite set of test cases, suitably selected from the usually infinite executions domain, against the expected behavior.
08. Software maintenance: The totality of activities required to provide cost-effective support to software.
09. Software configuration management: The identification of the configuration of a system at distinct points in time for the purpose of systematically controlling changes to the configuration, and maintaining the integrity and traceability of the configuration throughout the system life cycle.
10. Software engineering management: The application of management activities—planning, coordinating, measuring, monitoring, controlling, and reporting—to ensure that the development and maintenance of software is systematic, disciplined, and quantified.
11. Software engineering process: The definition, implementation, assessment, measurement, management, change, and improvement of the software life cycle process itself.
12. Software engineering tools and methods: The computer-based tools that are intended to assist the software life cycle processes, and the methods which impose structure on the software engineering activity with the goal of making the activity systematic and ultimately more likely to be successful.
13. Software quality: The degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfills requirements.
14. Semantic Web 3.0 Software: The new Web programming with the resources of the RDF, RDFS, OWL, SPARQL, RIF, GRDDL and SAWSDL. Whether you are a consumer doing research online, a business owner who wants to offer your customers the most useful Web site, or an IT manager eager to understand Semantic Web solutions, this
sub discipline is the place to start.
15. 3D printers.
MBA Benefits for Employees
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You may think it sounds trivial and may say to yourself isnt that what any study programme is supposed to do?. Yes, it is, but an MBA education is usually pursued in a very specific situation by a young professional with a few (2,3 or more) years of experience and sometimes even by senior employees that feel up for the challenge.
As an MBA student you have great networking opportunities. Through this type of study you get to know and interact in a relevant manner (in a context that accentuates your business management capabilities) with colleagues (future high level managers), professors and teaching staff (usually former or current potent business people, with great on-field experience).
Lectures can be accessed at any time, which means that very little time is wasted waiting for professors or traveling through rush-hour traffic. Most institutions offer a form of electronic mentoring, which makes it easy to communicate with lecturers and administration staff should problems or questions arise.