CARLETON UNIVERSITYSPROTT SCHOOL OF BUSINESSBUSI3402A WINTER 2019 SYSTEMANALYSISANDDESIGN TIME AND LOCATION:TBD (UPDATED:22THNOV,2018) Instructor: Satyendra Singh, Ph.D. Office: TBD Office Hours: By appointment Email: [email protected]TA: TBD Office Hours: TBA DESCRIPTION This course is directed specifically towards business students. It emphasizes systems analysis and design as a discipline and attempts to identify the role of the systems analyst and end user in the analysis and design of computer-based business information systems. The course covers the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, and tools essential for the systems analyst to successfully develop information systems. Through class discussions and hands-on opportunities, students will be introduced to the knowledge and techniques required to develop information systems in today’s turbulent business and technical environment. Students are expected to actively participatein class, work individually and in groups. Please note that this is not a programming (related) course. OBJECTIVEThe key objective of the course is to make you a critical thinker of systems analysis and design (SAD) in the contemporary environment. CALENDAR DESCRIPTION AND PREREQUISITESBUSI 3402 [0.5 credit] -Systems Analysis and Design Methods of analysis of computer-based information systems. The systems development life cycle, planning, analysis, design, implementation and maintenance. Structured and object-oriented methods will be used. Use of a CASE tool. Prerequisite: one of BUSI 2400, COMP 2404, or SYSC 2004 (with a grade of C or higher).