Course Abstract Details
CIS-250, Systems Analysis and Design
CIS-250, Systems Analysis and Design, presents techniques used for the development of successful computer-based information systems. The system life cycle, from preliminary investigation through implementation, is presented. Emphasis is placed on the roles of systems analysts, programmers, users, and management in the process. Selected techniques of management science are surveyed. Prerequisite: CIS-230 or CIS-274 or CGR-257 or permission of the program advisor. Three hours lecture each week. Three credits. Three billable hours.
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