Requirements Engineering Is the first course in our Software Engineering series.
If you are involved in software projects, especially large ones, you know that dealing with software requirements is the biggest problem the software practitioner faces almost at every project.
Not working effectively with software requirements could be the number one reason for many software projects’ failures.
The course will discuss concepts for systematically establishing, defining, and managing the requirements for large, complex, changing, and software–intensive systems from technical, organizational, and management perspectives.
The course will consider the past, present, and future paradigms and methodologies in requirements engineering.
The course will cover informal, semi–formal, and formal approaches while balancing theory and practice.
The course will involve building models of both requirements engineering process and requirements engineering product, concerning both functional and non–functional goals/requirements/specifications, using a systematic decision–making process.
This course will help you manage the requirements aspect of software projects with different domains, sizes, technologies, platforms, and different practitioners’ and customers’ experiences. We need to acquire a set of tools, techniques, and best practices and learn when to use them to handle software requirements effectively and efficiently.
In this course, You will learn various techniques to capture requirements, analyze and validate requirements, control and manage requirements change requests, and deliver a solid requirements document.
Specification: Requirements Engineering: Software Engineering