Learn how to align your technical goals with the business goals of your organization. This course is essential for those managing software engineering products, as it helps you make software decisions in a business context.
'Software Engineering Economics is about making choices in a business context—aligning technical decisions with the business goals of the organization. Economics examines the present economy with respect to software engineering projects, and introduces issues that software engineers as well as their managers should be aware of in the generation of software products.This course is intended to assess your understanding of software engineering economics through inline quizzes and feedback. Specific topics addressed in this course are: software engineering economy fundamentals, for-profit decision making, not-for-profit decision making, present economy, estimation, risk and uncertainty, and multiple attribute decision.'