SWENET – The Network Community for Software Engineering Education – is a project to produce and organize high-quality materials supporting software engineering education. As a first step in this process, a framework will be developed which serves as a high-level taxonomy for the areas of knowledge comprising software engineering. The framework will not be developed ab initio, but rather will build on the work of the ABET program criteria for software engineering education and the classification proposed by the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK) project sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society. Four areas of particular importance to undergraduate software engineering – design, quality, requirements, and process – have been singled out as the most appropriate starting points for developing curricular materials.

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A Joint Project of:


   Texas Tech University  

 Georgia Tech

 Drexel University

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Milwaukee School of Engineering

Sponsored In Part by Grant EEC-0080502

National Science Foundation