After reading the course outline I have decided not to take the Software Engineering for Software as a Service. I find the topics uninspiring, not related to SaaS, software engineering or an university level course.
I cannot understand how a software engineering course may be specific to SaaS, but if you put SaaS in the name, please try to add some SaaS related themes to the course.
But the most surprising part of the outline is that the course is basically a learn ruby for web programming. The only part remotely related to software engineering are weeks four and five, but even in that chapters the material seems to have been chosen for trendiness rather than for teaching.
So if you want to understand what is software engineering, read any edition of Pressman instead of taking this course.