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SWE 201 - Introduction to Software Engineering

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This course defines and describes the software engineering book of knowledge SWEBOK life cycle phases, how software engineering SWE activities are managed, and principle areas of interest and concern when working on a software intensive program. Students learn fundamental software engineering concepts used in the Department of Defense DoD, identify common software management, acquisition, and engineering roles, and understand the Air Force’s principle SWE concerns. Course Objective: Comprehend current software engineering processes and methodologies. Comprehend the software lifecycle phases and knowledge areas of the SWEBOK. Comprehend the management activities associated with a software intensive system as described in AF and industry best practice policies and guidelines. Comprehend challenges in developing and sustaining software. Describe the roles associated with software teams.

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Grade Restrictions: Software Acquisition, Engineering, PM: O1-O6, 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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Delivery Method: e-Learning Course

Course Length: 60 Academic Training Days Asynchronous/DL 6 Hours

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

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

CL Points: 6

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