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MESE Objectives and Outcomes
Graduates of the MESE program can manage a mid to large size software project.
Graduates of the MESE program contribute as a productive member in a software team for large software project.
Graduates of the MESE program practice lifelong learning and keep themselves up to date with emerging Software Engineering knowledge.
Graduates of the MESE program contribute to Software Engineering Journals and Conferences.
Students should know the proven principles/techniques/tools, current standards, and best practices of Software Engineering.
Students can perform independent research in the area of Software Engineering.
Students can apply the Software Engineering process in the software system project.
Students have developed effective communication skills and professionalism.
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