This course will help students develop the knowledge and skills needed to be able to evaluate and produce systems design to build software systems for business and analytical information management purposes and to explore human factors, principles and the application of usability assessments for the development and use of health information technology by clinicians and patients. This includes the ability to create software designs from user requirements using UML, convert these designs into software, and test and maintain this software.(3 credits)
Associated Program Learning Outcomes
- #1. Apply healthcare informatics and technology concepts and skills to case studies and real-world situations.
- #4. Improve the various healthcare functions associated with the integration of information technology by implementing technology initiatives
- #5. Develop system design and software initiatives for healthcare organizations.
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- Forecast software requirements from the analysis of the needs of users.
- Determine the key features of software reuse and conduct the design of software components based on these features.
- Propose and present methods for managing people and teams working of software projects .
- Formulate and integrate the principles of software engineering design based on object-oriented techniques.
Course Activities and Grading
Discussions (70 Pts, Weeks 1-7)
Assignments (80 Pts, Week 1, 2, 3, 5)
Midterm Project (50 Pts, Week 4)
Final Project – Draft 1 (25 Pts, Week 6)
Final Project – Draft 2 (25 Pts, Week 7)
Final Project (25 Pts, Week 8)
Final Project Discussion (25 Pts, Week 8)
Available through Charter Oak's online bookstore
- Bruegge, Bernd. and Allen Dutoit. Object -Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns and Java. 3rd ed. Pearson, 2009. ISBN-13: 978-0136061250
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Topics: Introduction to Software Engineering & Modeling
Topics: Modeling, Project Organization & Communication
Topic: Requirements Elicitation
Topics: Analysis & Decomposing the System
Topic: Addressing Design Goals
Topic: Software Life Cycle
Topic: Final Project
COSC Accessibility Statement
Charter Oak State College encourages students with disabilities, including non-visible disabilities such as chronic diseases, learning disabilities, head injury, attention deficit/hyperactive disorder, or psychiatric disabilities, to discuss appropriate accommodations with the Office of Accessibility Services at OAS@charteroak.edu.
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