INET 4083: Systems II: Analysis and Design

Requirements management, analysis, and design of computer system solutions that meet business objectives. Materials and resources are intended to prepare students to be effective business analysts and systems analysts. Topics include the systems development life cycle, analysis and design tools and techniques, and communication strategies. As a writing intensive course, INET 4083W focuses especially on writing in information technology and the writing process and uses a case study and in-class exercises to develop analytical, technical, and communication skills. Students can expect to spend significant time in and out of class developing writing skills, thinking through the writing process, and drafting and revising written work. Prereq: INet 4082W (or equivalent project management experience) is recommended.

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A- Average (3.568)Most Common: A (37%)

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