SQA: Unified Modelling Language
This module contains:
Unified Modelling Language
Unified modelling language (UML) is a family of graphical notations that help design and describe software systems, particularly those built using object-oriented techniques. It provides a standardised method to visualise, specify, create and document the analysis and design of a software system. It is also used to make software blueprints that can be used to model both software and non-software systems.
13 different UML diagrams can be grouped into structure diagrams and behaviour diagrams.
This SQA Computer Science module introduces Unified Modelling Language to your students, explaining:
- Class diagrams, and
- Use-case diagrams
More SQA Modules
Unified Modelling Language is one lesson in our SQA module. The other theory lessons can be found below: