Learning Path Requirements Engineer

As a starting Requirements Engineer, you are part of a professional development team. You are responsible for identifying the real needs and requirements of the client. You define the requirements of an IT solution in order to achieve the business objectives.

What do you get?

  • Boost your knowledge and skills
  • Allows you to make a difference at your client/employer immediately
  • Helps improve your career opportunities

What do we ask?

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science or Software Engineering.
  • Additionally, you should have a clear understanding and vision of Agile principles, User Stories, and requirements management.

What will you be doing?

  • 40% Elaborating functional design
  • 20% Determining methodologies and techniques
  • 20% Implementing and validating
  • 20% Defining the framework of the solution

Learning path

Work in a team to define the requirements of an IT solution in order to achieve the business objectives.

  • Must have
  • Should have
  • Could have
  • Certificate
  • Must Have

    The knowledge and skills you need to participate in a project.

    Should have

    The knowledge and skills you should have (but are not necessary) before starting your first project.

    Could Have

    Other knowledge and skills that may be relevant to you, depending on the project.

    Certificate

    A certificate or exam you can obtain.

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