Current Catalog Description:

First of a two semester capstone course sequence that involves the design, implementation, and evaluation of a computer science software project. Conducted by small student teams working from project definition to final documentation. Each student team has a CSE faculty member serving as its advisor. The first semester emphasis is on project definition, planning and implementation. Communication skills such as technical writing, oral presentations, and use of visual aids are also emphasized. Project work is supplemented by weekly seminars. Prerequisite: Junior standing and CSE 216.

Instructor: Corey Montella, Stephen Urban, James Mikitka (Spring 2022)


Relationship between course outcomes and Student Outcomes where CSE280 substantially support the Student Outcome #1 and #3.

SO1: Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of comuting and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.

SO 3:Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.