Group Project - CO600

Location Term Level Credits (ECTS) Current Convenor 2019-20
Canterbury
(version 2)
Autumn and Spring
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6 30 (15)
Medway
(version 2)
Autumn and Spring
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6 30 (15)

Pre-requisites

Pre-requisite: COMP5100: Software Engineering (Canterbury)

Restrictions

None

2019-20

Overview

Students, working in small groups, undertake a project related to computer science and/or software engineering. The project may be self-proposed or may be selected from a list of project proposals. A project will involve the specification, design, implementation, documentation and demonstration of a technical artefact, demonstrating the ability to synthesise information, ideas and practices to provide a quality solution together with an evaluation of that solution.

Details

This module appears in:


Contact hours

Total contact hours: 28
Private study hours: 272
Total study hours: 300

Method of assessment

Understand particular technical topics in depth (for instance, use of a particular programming language, or software development tool, component architecture or mathematical technique) beyond that obtainable from the rest of the programme.
Demonstrate an enhanced understanding (gained from practical experience) of project organisation, implementation, analytical skills and documentation techniques (as studied in other courses).
Specify, design and implement a computer-based system that meets a real need;
Evaluate and choose between potential solutions to a technical problem;
Evaluate and deploy appropriate tools and techniques and demonstrate a degree of innovation and/or creativity

Indicative reading

None

See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)

See the library reading list for this module (Medway)

Learning outcomes

Understand particular technical topics in depth (for instance, use of a particular programming language, or software development tool, component architecture or mathematical technique) beyond that obtainable from the rest of the programme.
demonstrate an enhanced understanding (gained from practical experience) of project organisation, implementation, analytical skills and documentation techniques (as studied in other courses).
specify, design and implement a computer-based system that meets a real need;
evaluate and choose between potential solutions to a technical problem;
evaluate and deploy appropriate tools and techniques and demonstrate a degree of innovation and/or creativity

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