CS 3240 - Fall 2024

Software Engineering

formerly known as Advanced Software Development Techniques
Our course is structured around understanding the different aspects of the software development lifecycle. During this course, students will learn to elicit and model software requirements, choose from various design options for a solution, implement a large software system in teams using a modified Scrum methodology, perform quality assurance, and learn about ethical and professional issues, such as diversity issues, how to handle data responsibly, and software licensing.

NOTE: This is the same CS 3240 course that has always been offered. We have just updated the name to a more standard name that is used for this area of computer science research and education.

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Lecture and Lab Sessions

Lecture 001 - Tuesdays and Thursdays @ 2:00 PM-3:15 PM in Rice 130 w/ Prof. Horton
Lecture 002 - Tuesdays and Thursdays @ 9:30-10:45 AM in Rice 130 w/ Prof. Sherriff
Labs - Individual Team Meetings with TAs on Sundays or Mondays (Determined by Teams + TA)

Staff Information

Instructor: Prof. Tom Horton
Office: Rice 401
Office Hours: TBD
Email: horton@virginia.edu
Website: https://www.cs.virginia.edu/~horton/

Instructor: Prof. Mark Sherriff
Office: Rice 400
Office Hours: TBD
Email: sherriff@virginia.edu
Website: http://marksherriff.com

Teaching Assistants: