IST352 - Systems Analysis Syllabus 2011 Fall

IST352 Systems - Syracuse University IST352 Information Analysis of Organizational Systems Instructor Dave Dischiave Telephone 315-443-4681 Email

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Syracuse University School of Information Studies IST352 – Information Analysis of Organizational Systems Course Syllabus - Fall 2011 Instructor: Dave Dischiave Telephone: 315-443-4681 Email: [email protected] Office: 225 Hinds Hall Location: Hinds 018 Day: Th/Th Time: 9:30 am – 10:50 pm Office Hours: Tue. 2 pm - 3 pm Course Overview IST352 builds the basic understanding of the organizational, technical and management architecture that comprise enterprise systems development environments. The course will use systems development methodologies to identify and solve large complex systems problems. Emphasis will be placed on the Planning, Analysis and Design phases with coverage of the Implementation and Maintenance phases. The Planning phase will include the use of strategic information systems planning techniques and feasibility studies; the Analysis phase will include elicitation of user requirements to create business rules; and the Design phase will include data, process and object modeling techniques, as well as, user interface input and output design. Management issues addressed will include application development policies, standards and techniques, as well as, software procurement and custom development guidelines. Prerequisites None Course Objectives At the completion of this course students will be able to: Describe a system Describe the systems development lifecycle Solve complex problems using a systems development methodology Gather user requirements to create business rules Describe and use data models Describe and use process models Design input/output forms and reports Design system dialogues and user interfaces Resources Text Reader based on the Hoffer, Jeffery A., George, Joey F. and Valacich, Joesph S. Modern Systems Analysis and Design (6th ed.,) Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Education, Inc. ISBN 978-1-256- 18537-6 Readings There are a variety of articles that complement the textbook located in the Blackboard Content Areas for this course, URL: https://blackboard.syr.edu . 1
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Syracuse University School of Information Studies IST352 – Information Analysis of Organizational Systems Course Syllabus - Fall 2011 Grading Policy Final grades will be based on the number of points earned throughout the semester according to the table below. There are more than 500 available points (520) therefore you are afforded the flexibility to pick and choose the assignments that are most interesting to you. This system also allows you to skip an assignment when other pressures in your life make it difficult to get an assignment completed. Grade Points A 520 475 A- 474 455 B+ 454 435 B 434 415 B- 414 395 Grade Points C+ 394 375 C 374 355 C- 354 335 D 334 315 F 314 2
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Syracuse University School of Information Studies IST352 – Information Analysis of Organizational Systems Course Syllabus - Fall 2011 Class Participation (100 points) Reading Assignments - Reading assignments must be completed prior to class. This will
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IST352 Systems - Syracuse University IST352 Information Analysis of Organizational Systems Instructor Dave Dischiave Telephone 315-443-4681 Email

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