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2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 
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CIS 4050 - Systems Analysis and Design

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): CIS 3050, CIS 3060, CIS 3145, CIS 3230, and Senior standing

Description: This course focuses on the development of business systems. The emphasis of this course is on the design and prototyping phases of systems development using as a basis the concepts of problem solving, requirements specification, analysis, and programming from the prerequisite courses. Current methodologies and technologies will be evaluated and implemented in the development process. Information systems problems will be analyzed and alternative solutions will be proposed using design models, a solution will be selected, and a prototype will be constructed for that solution. Students will evaluate the system using tests they developed and then propose a plan for implementation, maintenance, and training for the system.

University Requirement(s): Senior Experience

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