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SWE 301 - Software Project Management

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The overall goal for the course is to provide a comprehensive review of the phases, processes and models used by the Air Force in the management of a software project. Topics include software source selection techniques, understanding and generating various project management metrics, creating an environment for success, dealing with failure and misconceptions, and how to interact with stakeholders. Students learn source selection techniques, understand software development and maintenance models, comprehend programmatic metrics, and understand factors that affect project success and customer relations. SWE 301 is taught online by asynchronous distance learning.

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Grade Restrictions: Software Acquisition, Engineering, PM: 01-06, E5-E9, GS07-GS15

Special Requirements: This course is continuous enrollment. You will have 60 days to complete this course from the time you enroll.

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Course Information

Delivery Method: e-Learning Course

Course Length: 15 TRAINING DAYS -INTERNET BLACKBOARD

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: The Air Force Strategic Software I Improvement Programs Working Group has d det d determined that the software e engineering workforce needs a working k knowledge of software acquisition and d development policy, trends and t technical skills.

CL Points: 30

Prerequisites:SWE 201 - Introduction to Software Engineering

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