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CIS 233 - Systems Analysis



5.0 Credits
A practical approach to real world systems analysis and design. Includes the systems development life cycle, structured methodologies, and project planning. A case study project is analyzed, requirements are written, and a systems design specification document is prepared.
Prerequisite CIS 102 or instructor permission.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Describe the phases of a systems development lifecycle.
  2. Use root-cause analysis techniques to define the scope of a system problem.
  3. Use industry-standard modeling methods to examine and diagram the components of a system.
  4. Identify and write functional requirements for a system.
  5. Research and compare possible solution options to meet system requirements.
  6. Evaluate and rate feasibility of potential options.
  7. Propose a solution that would meet defined requirements.



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