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Software Engineering for Business Applications - Bachelor's Course (SEBA Bachelor)

News

Latest announcements for the winter term 22/23 (as of July 11th):

  • Due to Corona, the lecture will be conducted live on Zoom and a recording later uploaded to Panopto (embedded in Moodle). Registration via TUMonline (not open yet).
  • The exercise groups take place onsite (Garching).
  • The exam will be conducted on-site (in Garching) at the end of the semester.

 

Lecture

Zoom meeting credentials will be provided via Moodle.

The recordings will be later uploaded to Moodle.

 

Lecture Dates

  • Lecture: Thursdays, 12:15-13:45, online
  • First Lecture: Thursday, 20.10.2022

 

Position in the Curriculum

see Module Catalog

 

Learning Outcomes

After the successful participation in the module, students will be able to understand and evaluate the "domain-specific" problems (persistence, distribution, customizing, multilingualism, operation, maintenance, configuration management) that arise during the analysis, design and implementation of business applications. Furthermore, students can address these problems using proven methods and technologies applying individual and standard software, and present the advantages and disadvantages of the available methods in a well-founded manner. After participating in the module, students are also able to independently apply the concepts they have learned to the programming of real-world business applications.

In the written exam, all software engineering knowledge and skills - in particular programming and tool use - conveyed in the lecture and exercise will be assessed.

 

Grade Bonus Information:

Necessary conditions to receive a grade bonus of 0.3:

  • Passing the exam
  • At least 70% of all achievable bonus points achieved. You get one bonus point each for
    • attendance per exercise session
    • per passed (correct, error-free, executable) homework
  • Extra points possible for presenting exercise and homework solutions (don‘t count towards total) to balance out missed exercises and/or not passed homework

 

Exercise Dates

Registration for the exercise groups is done via TUMonline.

Group

Date

Room

Group 1

Mondays 10:00 – 12:00

TBD

Group 2

Mondays 12:00 – 14:00

TBD

Group 3

Mondays 14:00 – 16:00

TBD

Group 4

Mondays 16:00 – 18:00

TBD

Group 5

Tuesdays 16:00 – 18:00

TBD

Group 6

Tuesdays 16:00 – 18:00

TBD

Group 7

Wednesdays 14:00 – 16:00

TBD

Group 8

Wednesdays 16:00 – 18:00

TBD

Group 9

Mondays 16:00 – 18:00

TBD

Group 10

Tuesdays 14:00 – 16:00

TBD

 

Lecture Outline

1
IT Support for Business Applications
2

Requirements Engineering

3 Conceptual Modeling with UML (Practical Exercise)
4 Software Estimation
5

Technical Foundations of Business Information Systems

6

Persistent Data Management

7

Architecture of Distributed Information Systems

8 Security Engineering
9 Workflow Management Systems

 

Literature

  • Oestereich, Bernd (2012): Analyse und Design mit der UML 2.5. Oldenburg, http://www.oldenbourg-verlag.de/wissenschaftsverlag/analyse-und-design-uml-25/9783486716672.

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