CIS 304 - Systems Analysis and Design
This course addresses the multi-phased process for developing information systems. Students learn modern methods, techniques, and tools used in requirements elicitation and the creation of design schemas. Effective systems analysis is a key component in the creation of a successful information system. Students learn the processes of eliciting and documenting system requirements and the conversion of requirements into effective technical design schemas.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: BA 223 (minimum grade of C-)
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