Software Engineering Cluster
This page was updated February 15, 2013.
Most students become Software Engineers at some point in their careers. Students will become proficient in the basics and applications of programming in the small and in the large, verification and validation, requirements engineering, software architecture, design and model-driven engineering.
Update: April 11, 2012 - CSE 111 and CSE 113 are removed from this cluster.
Related Course (If you like this course, you may like this cluster)
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CSE 134B - Web Client Languages (added May 24, 2012)
CSE undergraduate students are encouraged to collaborate on projects and research with CSE faculty, CSE graduate students and CSE undergraduate students. Students may receive course credit for completed work by enrolling into CSE 199 - Independent Study. Students are furthermore encouraged to pursue an Honor's Project and continue their independent work. . There are many opportunities in the CSE Department to join a research project. If you want to work on research in this field, contact faculty listed below.