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BIS 311 Managing Information Systems Analysis and Design 3 Credits

This course focuses on managing the requirements analysis and system design methodology and techniques for business information systems. Students learn current methods and techniques for system requirement analysis as well as system design, and apply them to real world projects. It covers cost benefit analysis and risk management of business systems development, JAD and structured walkthroughs, structured and object oriented methodologies, and software package evaluation. It emphasizes the factors for effective communication and integration with users and user systems and encourages interpersonal skill development with client users, team members, and others associated with development, operation, and maintenance of the system.
Prerequisites: ACCT 311 or CSB 311 or BIS 111