BUSS 310 - Systems Analysis And Project Management

Description
Analysis of an organization and the subsequent design of solutions to meet business requirements are at the heart of the information systems field. This course follows a structured process called the systems development life cycle that companies use to identify and solve business problems. Alternative methodologies are also covered. Students learn tools and techniques for conducting projects, including: how to gather system requirements; how to identify project feasibility, how to construct models of business processes using data flow diagrams; and how to implement a new solution. While S310 emphasizes the system analyst role, all business students can benefit from the ability to analyze the processes, data, and computer systems that they will encounter in their work. This knowledge will also benefit them when working with the system analyst to define strategic business solutions. Class Notes: Above class eText will be added P - I-Core; (BUS-P370) or Honors I-Core (BUS-P304) Operations Component with a grade of C or better. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisites: (BUS-P 370 or BUS-P 304) and BUS-S 302 with a grade of C or higher.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018
Offered
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Avg. Class Size
37
Avg. Sections
4