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C ARLETON U NIVERSITY S PROTT S CHOOL OF B USINESS BUSI3402A W INTER 2019 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN T IME AND L OCATION : TBD ( UPDATED : 22 TH N OV , 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 i n today’s turbulent business and technical environment. Students are expected to actively participate in class, work individually and in groups. Please note that this is not a programming (related) course. OBJECTIVE The 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 PREREQUISITES BUSI 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).
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