About this course
Page last updated 9 January 2017
The aim of this module is to provide knowledge of requirements, the capturing of requirements, and the Requirements Engineering Process and its context within Systems Engineering.
The course will include the following topics:
- The characteristics of requirements and the types of requirements that occur.
- The Requirements Engineering Process and its component parts and their significance.
- Managing Requirements and the Requirements Process.
- Practical exercises for practitioners.
- Discussion and reflective activities.
Who is it for?
Professionals, practitioners and managers involved in the discipline of Requirements Engineering, Systems Engineering and related activities. Professionals involved in the production of requirements.
"I found the Requirements Engineering module to be well structured, well presented, and more importantly, entirely relevant. I would highly recommend this module."
Brett Hands, MSc Graduate
On completion of the module and assignment work, you will be able to:
- Understand Requirements Engineering concepts and techniques that form the basis for the process and practice of Requirements Engineering.
- Appreciate the problems of practitioners engaged in the Requirements Engineering Process.
- Comprehend the theoretical perspectives underlying the discipline.
- Apply Requirements Engineering concepts and techniques to the development and construction of systems.
- Select and demonstrate the use of a variety of Requirements Engineering approaches.
- Requirements Engineering has been recognised by private, public and defense organisations as essential to development and business processes.
These courses provide a forum for a variety of organisations to meet, update skills and knowledge, and to identify best practice in Requirements Engineering.
The module will include lectures, group discussions, presentations and practical exercises. You will be expected to contribute to practical sessions and discussions through your prior work experience. Approximately 10-15 hours of pre-module work will be set, from directed activity and relevant materials. A post-module assignment will be set, utilising elements of the taught programme, to demonstrate that the learning outcomes have been met.
Supplementary fee information
£1530 (includes optional UWE module accreditation)
All course prices include course materials, car parking, lunch and refreshments.
Bookings for the 2016/17 run of this module are now closed. Please complete an enquiry form to receive information once the 2017/18 academic year run of this module becomes available.
UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol BS16 1QY
How to apply
For all enquiries, please complete our on-line enquiry form, or contact us on the number below.
If you wish to gain university credits by completing the assignment, please register for our Engineering Capability Development Framework (If you have already registered, please contact your course administrator directly to make a booking).
For further information
- Email: For all course queries, please complete the on-line enquiry form above.
- Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 81196