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ISBP370: System Analysis and Design

Description:Successful management of system development or enhancement projects for enterprise-level systems; Managing the system life cycle: requirements elicitation, logical design, physical design, testing, and implementation; System and database integration; Network and client-server management; Metrics for project management and system performance evaluation; Managing user expectations; Project staffing; Analysis of cost-effectiveness; Reporting and presentation; Managing both the behavioral and technical aspects of a project; Change management.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Gary Shelly, Thomas Cashman, Harry Rosenblatt, Systems Analysis & Design
Coordinator: Yacine Atif
Topics Outline:
  1. The Context for Analysis and Design
  2. Approaches to Analysis and Design
  3. Building Better Systems
  4. Concepts in Systems Analysis
  5. Planning Approach in Systems Analysis
  6. Systems Analysis: Investigation and Data Collection and Documentation
  7. Systems Analysis: Meeting Business Requirements
  8. Systems Designs:Transition from Analysis to Design
  9. Systems Designs: Information Security
  10. Systems Designs: Logical Data Design, Files and Databases
  1. Discuss the features of Systems Analysis and Design methodologies
  2. Explain various theoretical concepts in performing systems requirements analysis and design principles
  3. Evaluate the considerations when bridging the stages between a system?s analysis and its design
  4. Distinguish issues involved in logical & physical data design
  5. Demonstrate skills in communications, individual articulation and group dynamics
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Pre-requisiteITBP307: Information Systems Fundamentals
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