CIS 288: Systems Analysis and Design
This course surveys computer applications and techniques in major areas of business, business structure, analytical communication with system users, principles of package software evaluation and acquisition, planning schedules and resource requirements for software development, and producing software development specifications. Software for data and process modeling will be introduced and used. Several approaches to system planning and development will be examined. Prerequisites will be checked on the first day of class.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CPS 161 or CPS 171, minimum grade "C"
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