Quality assurance - Model based testing in practice
- 2.5 credits
- Second cycle (A1N)
- Main area: Computer Science
- School of Innovation, Design and Engineering
- Course code: DVA469
Model-based testing is a systematic method to automatically generate test cases from models of system requirements. It allows you to evaluate requirements, create a model and generate automatically test cases. After this course you should be able to have knowledge about writing requirements and use these to create models for software testing. You will develop practical skills and abilities on applying model-based testing in industrial practice. You will learn how to use different kinds of modeling techniques. You will be able to use this new knowledge to design requirement models and automate test cases during unit and integration testing. In addition, as a test practitioner you will learn how to design test cases using models at system level.
This is a course at advanced level for those with University credits and work experience. It is developed to suit professionals who need to be able to combine work and studies.
Further information about the course at: http://www.promptedu.se
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Autumn semester 2019, Ortsoberoende, week 46 - 3
- 20%, mixed
- Location: Online
- week 46 - 3
- Language of instruction: English
- Apply code: MDH-24137
Application is opened one month before the last closing day for enrolments.
120 credits of which at least 80 credits in Computer Science and/or Computer engineering or equivalent. In addition, Swedish course B/Swedish course 3 and English course A/English course 6 are required. For courses given entirely in English exemption is made from the requirement in Swedish course B/Swedish course 3.
Course syllabus and literature
Applicants with at least 12 month (full-time) documented work-experience from software development have priority. Other applicants are ranked by university credits.