Course: Software Engineering


  • Course (Prof. Dr. Stefan Leue)
    Monday  14:15 - 15:00  Room: A 702      Start: Oct 22
    Thursday  13:30 - 15:00  Room: A 702    
  • Tutorial (Ying Wang, english)
    Tuesday  13:30 - 15:00  Room:  M 628    Start: Oct 30
  • Tutorial II (Kinan Ayub, german)
    Thursday  11:45 - 13:15  Room:  P 602     Start: Oct 30

First tutorials:  Both on Tue Oct 30 !!!

  • Kinan Ayub 11:45 - 13:30  Room: H0309
  • Ying Wang 13:30 - 15:00 Room M628



5 ECTS 150h, of that 75 h presence studies and 75 h self-studies.


Successful participation in the courses Modul Informatik I Modul Informatik II Diskrete Strukturen


The Software Engineering course introduces into engineering processes, methods and tools for the design of software systems. It is adressing software process models, object-oriented design of the software and its architecture, specification, verification and testing of software, the planning and execution of software projects, and the quantitative assessment of software artefacts. At the same time it prepares participants for performing process oriented software projects.

Learning objectives

Participants are enabled to assess software development methods, to structure their use, and to conduct software development projects.

Course literature

Ian Sommerville. Software Engineering. 10th edition. Pearson Education Ltd. 2016.
Bernd Brügge, Allen H. Dutoit. Object-Oriented Software Engineering. Using UML, Patterns and Java. 3rd edition, Prentice-Hall, 2009.

Further literature may be announced during the course.

Record of academic assessments

Written final examination, 90 minutes, plus further assignments during the term.

Particulars will be announced during the course.


In consultation with participants this course will be taught in English (preferred) or German. Course materials are only available in English. Assignments and examinations may be delivered in German or English.


Bachelor students. 

Subject Area

Informatik der Systeme / Angewandte Informatik 

Offering Suitable for Participants from Other Programs and Subject Areas



ECTS-points: 5

Weekly teaching hours

SWS: 3