IS3200 Enterprise Systems Analysis and Design

This course covers the concepts, models, and processes used by enterprise systems analysts to determine: 1) The current situation of an organization that desires to improve itself; 2) The problems and opportunities in this situation; and 3) The plans and specifications that can be formed to feasibly address these problems or opportunities. The course covers how enterprise -level system analysis is performed to successfully define and develop systems requirements how to apply these to system design. Additionally, the fundamentals of information system design are discussed and applied. The overall goal for the course is for the students to understand the system development life cycle, system analysis and design methodologies, and have applied them in a team project within the class. Prerequisites: None.

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

2

Quarter Offered

  • As Required