Management Information Systems - MG 425

Course Objectives

The course's objective is to acquaint the student with the issues involved in designing,
implementing and maintaining business information systems
Topics covered include the foundations for systems developments,
the system's business case, structuring the system's requirements and object oriented analysis.

Course Content

The System Development Environment
Succeeding as a System Analyst
Managing the Information Systems Project
Identifying & Selecting Systems Development Projects
Initiating & Planning Systems Development Projects
Determining Systems Requirements
Structuring Systems Requirements: Process Modeling
Structuring Systems Requirements: Logic Modeling
Selecting the Best Alternative Strategy
Maintaining information systems
Rapid Application Development
Object-Oriented Analysis & Design

Recommended Text:

Modern Systems Analysis 3 d edition Hoffer, George & Valacich , Prentice Hall


 
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