**New Software Engineering Faculty Symposium
2003**

( A copy of this document with hot links is available at http://blue.butler.edu/~phenders/nsefs2003 )

The following
information regarding undergraduate software engineering curricula may be of
general interest.

· The current undergraduate CCSE (Computing Curriculum for Software Engineering) efforts can be found at http://sites.computer.org/ccse/

This includes the Software Engineering Education Knowledge (the SEEK).

· SIGSSOFT Software Engineering Notes (SEN) columns on Software Engineering Education (SEEd) are available at:

http://blue.butler.edu/~phenders/SEEd

The following concern the role of mathematics and mathematical reasoning in software engineering education.

· Keith Devlins’ October 2001 Communications of the ACM Viewpoint article “The Real Reasons Why Software Engineers Need Mathematics”

http://acs.math.ist.utl.pt/iprog3h0102/devlin.pdf

· The Mathematical Reasoning Groups home page is http://www.math-in-cs.org

· Papers on the role of mathematics in CS and SE education to appear in a forthcoming issue of the Communications of the ACM.

o “Mathematical Reasoning in Software Engineering Education”

http://www.math-in-cs.org/MathInSE.PDF

o “Why Math?” http://www.math-in-cs.org/CACM4.pdf

· IEEE Software March/April, 2002 Loyal Opposition (Robert L. Glass, Editor) entitled “The Importance of Mathematics to the Software Practitioner”