University course
Requirements Engineering

Requirements engineering is a technique used to identify, analyse and formalize requirements for a product, service or system. It helps in the development of a software product by creating an understanding of the user's requirements. Requirements engineering is an important part of the software engineering process and helps developers to develop a product that meets the needs of the user or company.
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What you can expect from the university course

Content focus

The university course "Requirements Engineering" has the following contents and therefore focuses:

  1. Requirements Engineering: Stakeholders, system and context delimitation, requirements elicitation (requirements sources & elicitation techniques), documenting requirements (natural language documentation, transformation effects, model-based documentation), checking and coordinating requirements (quality criteria, quality assurance for requirements and requirements documents, recognizing and resolving conflicts between stakeholders), managing requirements.
  2. Techniques of agile requirements engineering: Design Thinking, Design Thinking im Überblick, Ablaufmodell von Design Thinking, Erstellen einer Produktvision, Specification by Example und Behavior Driven Development, Impact Mapping, Story Mapping

3 ECTS credits, 27 units

ECTS = European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
LE = teaching units


Extra occupational

Duration: 2 attendance days on site at CAMPUS 02 and 2 half days online

27 teaching units of which 1/3 online teaching

Maximum number of participants: 25


For participation in the university course:
EUR 1.500,- (VAT exempt according to UStG)


Confirmation of participation in the university course
„Requirements Engineering“

Who is this training aimed at?

This training program is aimed at:

  • People who want to pursue a career in software management and act as a mouthpiece/mediator between management and development
  • Unternehmer*innen, die für ihr Unternehmen Fachkenntnisse im Softwaremanagement erwerben möchten


offen für alle Personen, die bereits über Berufserfahrung im Bereich Software-Management verfügen or are new to the field and have a university entrance qualification or degree as a basic requirement


3 ECTS Credits

ECTS credits can only be awarded to participants with a general higher education entrance qualification.

Registration & deadlines

  1. Go to "Register now" below.
  2. Enter your data in the form.
  3. You will receive a registration confirmation by e-mail.
  4. If required, we will ask you for additional documents by e-mail.

Anmeldefrist: 22.11.2024

Class times

Start: 03.12.2024

Classroom teaching at CAMPUS 02 from 09:00 - 17:00
Online lessons from 17:00 - 20:30

Dienstag, 03.12.2024, Präsenz an der FH CAMPUS 02
Donnerstag, 05.12.2024, online
Dienstag, 10.12.2024, online
Donnerstag, 12.12.2024, Präsenz an der FH CAMPUS 02

Learn individually & flexibly

Use the possibilities of the Life Long Learning-Passes of FH CAMPUS 02!
This module is part of the modular training program of the "Software Manager" certificate course. If you complete the three modules and successfully complete a project, you will also receive the certificate for the certificate course you have completed.

University course Requirements Engineering
Harris Gerzic


CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Department of IT & Business Informatics
Körblergasse 126, 8010 Graz

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Registration deadline: 03.06.2024
You benefit

Get your career off to a flying start

As a requirements engineer, you have detailed knowledge in the field of requirements management and you are able to methodically collect, plan, check and manage requirements. You will also be able to create a professional requirements specification in accordance with IEEE 830. You will also have an overview of agile requirements engineering techniques, particularly in the early phases of a development project.