Product Development in Cross-discipline Teams – 1, 3 credits
Produktutveckling i interdisciplinära team - 1, 3 högskolepoäng
Course Syllabus for students Autumn 2019
Course Code:TP1S29
Confirmed by:Dean Jun 1, 2019
Valid From:Aug 1, 2019
Education Cycle:Advanced level
Disciplinary domain:Technology
Subject group:DT1
Specialised in:A1F
Main field of study:Informatics, Product Development

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)

After a successful course, the student shall:

Knowledge and understanding

- demonstrate comprehension of practical aspects of Agile software product development
- display knowledge of some existing tools for supporting continuous integration and testing

Skills and abilities

- demonstrate the ability to participate cross-discipline teams for software product development

Judgement and approach

- demonstrate the ability to select appropriate completion criteria for an evolving software product


The course supports student teams in the specification and delivery of a software product. The requirement for the product may originate from an external company or organisation, from a need internal to the University, or from an original idea from the students. The software product will be developed through an Agile lifecycle, with clearly defined intermediate deliverable points.

Type of instruction

The course will consist primarily of practical work, supported by review seminars and preparation of a written and oral final report.
Students will work in teams.

The teaching is conducted in English.


Passed courses at least 90 credits within the major subject Informatics or Product Development, and completed course Indstrial Product Realization in Collaboration, 6 credits or equivalent. Proof of English proficiency is required.

Examination and grades

The course is graded 5,4,3 or Fail .

The final grade for the course is based on a balanced set of assessments. The final grade will only be issued after satisfactory completion of all assessments.

Registration of examination:
Name of the TestValueGrading
Report and presentation3 credits5/4/3/U

Course literature

The litterature list for the course will be provided one month before the course starts.

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Content updated 2015-06-24
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