|title ||Systems Analysis & Design|
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|prequisites ||IS171, CS243 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||This course introduces information system development process. The course emphasizes the development phases of analysis and design, the application of structured methods, and the use of tools. As a term project, student teams determine and specify user requirements for an information system application. The main concern of the course is the analysis of business problems in an organization and the subsequent design of computer systems to meet the organization`s needs. Students will study the stages of system development including problem definition, consideration of alternative solutions and selection of a solution, implementation, control, and management of the system.|
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|objectives ||1. Understand analysis and design phases of information systems development life cycle.|
2. Apply several tools and techniques used in information systems analysis and design.
3. Understand the use of systematic and structured methodologies used to develop information systems.
4. Evaluate different approaches used to develop information systems in modern organizations.
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|ref. books ||1. Jeffrey A. Hoffer, Joey F. George, and Joseph S. Valacich, Modern Systems Analysis and Design, Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.|
2. Lejk, M. and Deeks, D., An Introduction to Systems Analysis Techniques, Addison Wesley.
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|textbook ||Kenneth E. Kendall & Julie E. Kendall, Systems Analysis and Design, Prentice Hall International Edition.|
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