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ISYS 4258 Systems Analysis and Design (Fall/Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The course studies information systems (IS) development including requirements, analysis, design and implementation phases and workflows. We investigate the roles of systems analysts; serving as intermediaries between users, managers, and implementers; and helping each to understand the needs and problems of others. The student will learn about major methods and tools used in the systems development process. Please note that Database Systems and Applications (ISYS3257/CSCI1157) must be completed prior to taking this course.


Instructor(s): George Wyner

Prerequisites: ISYS1021/CSCI1021, ISYS2157/CSCI1157 and ISYS3257/CSCI2257. CSCI1101 may substitute for ISYS2157/CSCI1157.

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Comments: This course is required for Information Systems concentrators.


Last Updated: 21-Feb-17