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Do you manage software development efforts? Explore both soft skills and organizational tools required to lead and manage software projects. You will learn: approaches to estimating, planning, and tracking software projects; the distinctions between agile vs. disciplined and waterfall vs. iterative. Reflecting the software industry's generally recognized practices, the course concentrates on agile development models. In covering the basics of business for a software project, the courses uses industry consensus standards such as SWEBOK, PMBOK(r).

This course will provide 31.5 education hours. To receive Professional Development Units (PDU’s), submit your UCSD transcript to the Project Management Institute (PMI). 

Note: Experience or familiarity with software development is recommended.

Course Number: CSE-40849
Credit: 3.50 unit(s)
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