Object Oriented Software Engineering

Spring 2006

MWF 9:05am–9:55am                  SMI 203

Lab W 1:25pm–2:15pm                 MKL 051



Course Description

Introduction to object-oriented software engineering concepts, methodologiesand tools. Requirement analysis, specification, design and implementation of object-oriented software development process using UML. Real-life examples and team project to cover all aspects of object-oriented lifecycle, from the requirements to coding .


Prof. Keith Decker

Room 206, 77 E. Delaware Ave. “The Green house”

Office Hours: Mondays 10am–12pm

Phone: 831-1959

Email: decker@cis.udel.edu [best way to reach me!]


HW#1 Processes

LSP1 Due Feb 22

Req1 Due Mar 1

Ana1 Due Mar 8

Des1 Due Mar 15

Imp1 Due Mar 22

Demo1 Due Apr 3-5

Sreedevi Sampath

Pearson Hall 115B

Wednesdays 4pm-6pm



Schach: Object-Oriented & Classical  Software Engineering, 6e, McGraw-Hill

Larman: Applying UML and Patterns, 3e, Prentice-Hall