Study of informational needs and patterns of information flow within a large organization. Emphasizes the analysis and design of computer software systems. Examines ethical and legal issues related to information systems. Prerequisite: CIS 202 (with a grade of C or better).
- Explain the key principles of Systems Analysis and Design
- Introduce project management concepts early in the systems development process
Respond to real-life ethical issues in an IT environment
- Provide multi-method coverage, including a comparison of structured, object-oriented, and agile systems development methods
- Emphasize the importance of planning, implementing, and managing an effective IT security program
- Explain how IT supports business requirements and discuss developing trends in IT.