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 CSE481: Capstone Software
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Current Quarter
 Spring, 2009 (Kimura)
Previous Quarters
 Winter, 2009 (McLurkin)
 Autumn, 2008 (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 2008 (Fox)
 Spring, 2008 (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 2008 (T. Anderson)
 Winter, 2008 (Kimura)
 Winter, 2008 (Borning)
 Spring, 2007 (Borning)
 Spring, 2007 (Tompa)
 Spring, 2007 (Zahorjan)
 Winter, 2007 (R. Anderson)
 Winter, 2007 (Kimura)
 Spring, 2006 (Fox)
 Winter, 2006  (Kimura)
 Winter, 2006  (R. Anderson)
 Spring, 2005  (Zahorjan)
 Winter, 2005  (R. Anderson)
 Spring, 2004  (Zahorjan)
 Autumn, 2003  (R. Anderson)
 Spring, 2003  (R. Anderson)
 Spring, 2003  (Zahorjan)
 Winter, 2003  (R. Anderson)
 Autumn, 2002  (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 2002  (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 2001  (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 2000  (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 1999  (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 1998  (Zahorjan)
 Spring, 1997  (Zahorjan)
    Catalog description: Students work in teams to design and implement a software project involving multiple areas of the CSE curriculum. Emphasis is placed on the development process itself, rather than on the product.
Prerequisites: CSE major; CSE 326; CSE 341; CSE 378 and substantial programming experience, such as in CSE 451 or 457.
Credits: 5

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