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Learning outcomes of the course
The student knows the basic concepts of software business and the basics of software business logic. The student knows the operational parts of software house.
Software business is studied from three different perspectives: field of business, business logic, the operation of a software house. The covered topics are: history of software business, structure and clusters in software houses, business models, networking, outsourcing, growth of a software house, development and internationalization, marketing and sale of software.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basics of software design, basics of software business
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The competence is assessed based on returned tasks, the theory exam as well as the group’s course assignment and its presentation.
Sufficient 1: The student knows the basic structures and key topics within the software business logic. The student knows the key parts of the operations of a software house. The course assignment is brief and its language is rather faultless. the presentation has been given.
Satisfactory 2: The student knows the most essential topics within software business. The course assignment covers the topic for the most part and its language is rather faultless. The presentation has been given.
Assessment criteria - grade 3 and 4
Good 3: The student knows the topics within software business rather extensively. The course assignment is rather wide and comprehensive and written in clear and for the most part faultless language. The presentation is well-prepared and fluent.
Very good 4: The student has an extensive command of topics within software business. The course assignment is wide, comprehensive and written in clear and faultless language. The presentation is well-prepared, fluent and professional.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
Excellent 5: The student has a wide and extensive command of the business logic and operational parts of software business. The assignment is extensive, comprehensive, analytical and written in clear and flawless language. The presentation of the course assignment is well-prepared, fluent, professional and analytical.
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
Fail 0: The student does not meet the minimum criteria set for the course.