Expert-Driven, Comprehensive, Flexible Curriculum
Professionals use the SEI Software Architecture Curriculum to advance their careers and improve their skills.
- Expert-driven—based on 19 years of leadership in software architecture research and practice and our four widely acclaimed and cited books for practitioners in the Addison-Wesley SEI Series in Software Engineering.
- Comprehensive—spans basic to advanced practices
- Flexible—eLearning, classroom, and onsite course delivery options
More than 900 organizations including the U.S. Army, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Samsung, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Deloitte Business Consulting, Nationwide, Boeing, Siemens, and a wide range of organizations in the financial, defense, health care, and energy industries have had people trained by our experts, and more than 1,800 people have earned our professional certificates. SEI Certificate holders represent professionals from across globe, from individuals to large organizations, and across all sectors.
Who Should Consider This Curriculum
- developers interested in moving into leadership roles through a career as a software architect, the number one job in America as determined by CNNMoney.
- project leaders, managers, executives, and human-resources professionals interested in learning how to improve organizational capabilities by developing a workforce of skilled architecture practitioners.
SEI Training Deepens Knowledge, Builds Skills
Determining the right architecture—or getting the most from one that already exists—requires knowledge and skill.
SEI-trained professionals gain the skills to
- model system architectures
- analyze, evaluate, and document software architectures
- successfully adopt or migrate legacy systems to service-oriented architectures
- achieve strategic reuse through software product lines
- and more
For their organizations, they deliver
- better software architecture, the blueprint for both the product and the project developing it
- improved planning and execution of the development of software-reliant systems
- access to a library of tools, techniques, and templates that have helped companies become more market driven
- promotion of a culture of quality in software development
"The job of the SEI is to have an impact, to improve the state of software engineering, and so we've made a concerted effort to disseminate broadly what we know and to develop materials and support mechanisms so that organizations have the organic capability to do architecture-centric engineering successfully."