Information systems analysis and design

Aims of the course

- To study the various methods and techniques of development information systems (IS), which are in line with the business plans of the organization.
- To study how the methods are created and evolved, what are trends and what are the guidelines for the development and how they are combined and used in various practical settings.
- To acquire knowledge to select and use appropriate methods to solve practical problems in business.

Course syllabus

1. The IS Development methods (Waterfall, Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban)
2. Traditional and agile project management
3. The Origins of Software
4. Structured and Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
5. Identifying and Selecting Systems Development Projects
6. Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects
7. Determining System Requirements
8. Designing Interfaces and Dialogues
9. Database Design
10. Designing Systems Architecture
11. System Implementation
12. Maintaining IS

Course director(s)

  • Office Hours
  • Monday at 16:30 in R-401
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