System Analysis I
Study of the systems analysis process used to design solutions to business problems. The phases of the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), up to and including requirements analysis, are presented. Emphasis on teamwork in addressing problem identification, data gathering, and project management. Course work includes using the SDLC to solve an actual business problem; identifying requirements through interviews, questionnaires and research; and using the rapid application development process (RAD) to demonstrate human/computer interfaces. Project management techniques are used to schedule activities and evaluate progress. The final product will be a system requirements document and presentation to the appropriate stakeholders. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): CIT160 and CIT171 and CIT180 or CIT160 and CIT180 and EET145.
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