CIS320

Course Description

Comprehensive introduction to the planning, analysis, design, and implementation of contemporary information systems. Students will examine the role and responsibility of a System Analyst. Several approaches to system requirements are also covered.

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe and discuss managing the information systems project.
  • Describe identifying, initiating, and planning systems development projects.
  • Analyze and determine system requirements.
  • Design databases for information systems.
  • Discuss system interfaces, controls, and security.
  • Describe current trends in systems analysis.

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