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Course module: 201400171
201400171
Capita Selecta Software Technology
Course info
Course module201400171
Credits (ECTS)5
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact personprof.dr. M. Huisman
E-mailm.huisman@utwente.nl
Lecturer(s)
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Lecturer
prof.dr.ir. M. Aksit
Lecturer
prof.dr.ir. H.J. Broersma
Lecturer
dr. A. Fehnker
Lecturer
prof.dr. M. Huisman
Lecturer
dr.ir. R. Langerak
Academic year2017
Starting block
JAAR
RemarksThis course is specifically targeted at the ST specialization.
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
Learning goals
After following this course, students can:
  • Independently study a specific topic of Software Technology in depth
  • Find, analyse and appropriately refer to literature relevant to the research question
  • Present the results of the research in the form of a scientific paper in English
  • Give an oral presentation on the results of the research
  • Understand the wider context of Software Technology-related research
Content
This course enables a student to study an advanced, research-oriented topic in Software Technology. The course does not adhere to a fixed schedule, since it will be adapted to the students' needs. Students are expected to show a high degree of independence and initiative in following this course.
 
Once a student has found a teacher for this course, student and teacher should reach an agreement about:
 
- the topic to be studied
- the course materials (e.g. papers, books)
- the learning activities (e.g. self study, assignments, projects,
presentations)
- a time schedule for the activities
- the assessment procedure and criteria.
 
This course can be taken individually, but it is also possible to follow this course as a group.
 
Assumed previous knowledge
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PARTICIPATING STUDY
M-CSC
Required materials
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Recommended materials
Course material
The exact material will depend on the theme of a concrete instance of the course and the topic chosen by students.
Instructional modes
Assignment

Presentation(s)

Self study without assistance

Tests
Report and Oral Presentation

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