System Analysis

Course Description
The course covers the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, and tools essential for system analysts to successfully develop information systems.
 
 
Course Objectives

  • Describe the different types of Information Systems
  • Describe the information systems development life cycle (SDLC)
  • Discuss the analytical, technical, management, and interpersonal skill of a system analyst
  • Discuss the process of managing an information systems project
  • Discuss the Gantt and PERT charts
  • Describe the role of CASE tools and how they are used to support activities of SDLC
  • Describe the project identification and selection process
  • Describe the steps involved in the project initiation and planning process
  • Describe the various methods for assessing project feasibility
  • Discuss the system requirements determination methods
  • Understanding the logical modeling of processes by studying Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs)
  • Understand the use of Structured English, Decision Trees and Decision Tables for representing the steps in logical processes in Data Flow Diagrams
  • Understand the role of conceptual data modeling in overall analysis and design on information system
  • Drawing Entity-Relationship (E-R) diagram to represent common business solutions
  • Explain the role of designing databases in the analysis and design of an information system
  • Explain the process of designing forms and reports and the deliverables for their creation
  • Discuss Object-oriented Analysis and Design with Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Course Materials