CIS 641/CIS 642 - Software Engineering Project

The Software Engineering Project is a capstone course that prepares students for the transition from school to industry. In the class, student teams employ Agile software engineering principles in developing a real-world software product for real-world customers. These open-source projects support K-State's research and extension missions, as well as area non-profit organizations and businesses.

Syllabus

Current Teams

Project Members
Alzheimer's Game [Unreal Engine/Desktop PC] Christian Huges,Dylan George, Kathryn Kristiansen
Flower Shop App [web/mobile] Eric Johnson, Arunothayan Paramanath, Tyler Lentz
Cattle Embryo Transfer [web] AJ Cabanatuan, Mark Lovenstien, Corey Porubsky
MyFields Mobile Reporting [web] Logan Becheinsen, McKenzie Renee Hine, Johnathan Gooden
Water Quality App [mobile] Connor Berg, Chaoxin Wang, Nasser Alhamadah, Jacob Kostner
Residential Building Modeling [web] Matthew French,Austin Eliott, AJ Massey
MyRelivate [web] Uzoma Emuchay, Joshua Hock, Nic Johnson
VisiBoole [web] Matthew Seagraves, Zachary Alan Cleary, Zachary Terwort
Corn Yeild App [mobile] Joshua Bernard, Hunter Goddard, Jordan Jacobs
Green Apple Bikes App [web] Andrew Leigh, Cody Baldwin, George Walker