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ADMISSION – 2018 Batch

Expression of Interest

Admission for 2018 batch will be open in November/December 2017…

* Second Slot Application Deadline 1st February 2018

* Interview by SSN SASE Faculty 5th February 2018

Eligibility

  1. Minimum 70% score in graduate or post graduate degree in engineering or MCA or MSc (Computer Science)
  2. Valid GRE score by February 2018
  3. Valid TOEFL/IELTS score by February 2018
  4. Industry experience an added advantage
  5. Students in final semester can also apply

Instructions

  1. Download the Application Form from this website.
  2. Complete the form in all respects and attach necessary supplementary documents.
  3. Get a demand draft for Rs 1500/- (Rupees one thousand and five
    hundred only) in favour of “SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering” payable at Chennai.
  4. Send hard copy of completed form along with supplementary documents and the DD to the following address:

The Program Coordinator,
SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering,
SSN Campus, Kalavakkam, Thiruporur (post) – 603 110.
Telephone: +91 92825 25777
Mobile: +91 94459 72530
Email: admissions@sase.ssn.edu.in

The Program

This fulltime residential program spans one and a half year. The first year is offered at SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering (SSN SASE) in Chennai. Experienced faculty of the SSN SASE and practicing professionals conduct the courses using Carnegie Mellon Courseware.

On successful completion of the one-year curriculum in India candidates can qualify to proceed to Carnegie Mellon University to complete the program towards a MSIT degree.

Courses Offered:

MSIT – Software Engineering

Requirements

You need to be a graduate or a post graduate engineering degree holder with a minimum aggregate of 70 percent. Valid GRE and TOEFL/IELTS scores are required. Those who are appearing for the final semester can also apply.

Industry experience will be an added advantage.

General Questions

What are the programs offered by SSN SASE?

SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering (SSN SASE) has a successful collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Pittsburgh, USA since 2001 and offers their Masters of Science in Information Technology with specialization in Software Engineering (MSIT-SE).

What is the duration of the program?

MSIT-SE is one and a half year full-time residential program. The first year is offered at SSN SASE, upon successful completion the students proceed to CMU, complete their further studies, and obtain the MSIT-SE degree from CMU.

What are the minimum admission requirements?

The applicant should be a graduate or a post-graduate in engineering with minimum aggregate score of 70%. The candidates should possess valid GRE and TOEFL scores. Those with project experience and/or software industry experience will have an added advantage. MCA graduates with minimum aggregate score of 70% can also apply.

Whether both GRE and TOEFL/IELTS are required for admission into the MSIT-SE program?

Yes. The candidates should have valid GRE and TOEFL/IELTS scores.

What is the process of Admission in SSN SASE?

Download the pre-application form from our website.
Complete the form in all respects and attach necessary supplementary materials.
Get a demand draft for1500/- (Rupees One Thousand and Five Hundred Only) in favor of SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering payable at Chennai.
Send hard copy of completed form along with supplementary materials and the DD to the address mentioned at the bottom of the page.

Does SSN SASE arrange for any bank loan?

Download the pre-application form from our website.
Complete the form in all respects and attach necessary supplementary materials.
Get a demand draft for1500/- (Rupees One Thousand and Five Hundred Only) in favor of SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering payable at Chennai.
Send hard copy of completed form along with supplementary materials and the DD to the address mentioned at the bottom of the page.

Am I required to stay on campus during the program?

Yes. Being a full time residential program, students need to stay on campus and work in team, since teamwork accomplishes a task more effectively and efficiently to achieve the common goal.

Is there an alumni association?

SSN SASE has a very strong and active Alumni network; our Alumni render maximum possible guidance to their juniors’ always.

Please brief about the placement opportunities.

The chances of students getting placed are very high. There has been a 100% placement record for all the batches of students completing the MSIT degree. Usually students take their jobs in U.S through Technical & Business Opportunity Conferences held in the CMU campus. Our students have been well placed in companies of high-repute like Amazon, Cater Pillar, CISCO, Deloitte Consulting, Goldman Sachs, Groupon, Mathworks, Microsoft, Oracle, Paypal, SalesForce.com, Yahoo! etc.,

Is there an alumni association?

SSN SASE has a very strong and active Alumni network; our Alumni render maximum possible guidance to their juniors’ always.

How to request for admission materials such as applications or information on programs?

Please log onto our website: http://www.sase.ssn.edu.in/ for more information about the program. Please feel free to send your email queries to admissions@sase.ssn.edu.in

For any admission related queries, please contact:

The Coordinator
SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering
New # 211, V. M. Street, Mylapore, Chennai 600 004.
Tamilnadu, India

Mobile: +91 94459 72530

Telephone: +91 92825 25777 Fax: 044-2746 9772

Pre-requisites

The Personal Software Process

Summary of High Level Course Objectives

  • Making and honoring commitments
  • Measuring the work to be done
  • Estimating the effort based on the size of the work to be done
  • Production rates and allocation of effort to phases of the project
  • Improving performance and quality by finding defects early

Application of these concepts (Students should be able to answer these questions when they have finished the course.)

  • What problems did you have estimating the size of the work to be done and what did you learn from this experience?
  • How accurate was your effort estimates and what could you do to improve this accuracy based on your experiences?
  • How did plan versus actual performance variance change over the course of your PSP assignments and what single factor do you feel was the largest in causing this?
  • Why do we concern ourselves with determining when a defect was injected? What actions can we take to improve performance and quality base on this? Why is it easier to find defects in a review as opposed to in testing?
  • What kinds of defects were the most common in your PSP projects? What actions did you take to avoid or detect these defects early? How successful were you? What single factor was most significant in helping you improve your performance and quality?

Agreement on minimum requirements

  • At least seven actual programming assignments (optimal is ten)
  • These actual assignments should be in a problem domain that the students know well so there is no additional learning required to performing the programing activities
  • Students must know their programming language and their development environment prior to starting the PSP assignments
  • At least one report must be produced where the student reflects on his/her actual performance and what he/she have learned (abstract the requirements for this report from R4 and/or R5)
  • The actual programming assignments may be changed, but the size of the effort should be similar to what is in the Watts Humphrey’s text, appendix D (A or B series)