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(CIS 305) Systems Engineering I

Systems planning and analysis from concept to requirements culminating at high-level design. Includes use of tools, modeling, and generation of appropriate documentation. Uses team projects. Students are expected to take CIS 405 the following semester.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisite CIS 202
Offered Fall, Winter
Programs -

Course Outcomes

1. Understand the structured design, agile development and other approaches to systems development
2. Understand project team member roles vital to successful project development
3. Master the use of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and understand the use of object oriented systems analysis and design (OOSA) in developing systems
4. Understand the basic design approaches afforded by OOSA
5. Know how to conduct a feasibility analysis and how to make a go/no go decision on a project.
6. Understand how to manage a project’s resources, schedule and cost; understand basic project management practices
7. Understand the requirements determination processes
8. Master the creation of functional, structural and behavioral models