CIS 202 - Systems Analysis and Design
This course details the study of the five phases of the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), and the systems analysis toolkit, which shows the importance of communications, economic analysis, and project-planning skills with current technologies across all phases of the SDLC. An in-depth understanding of how information systems support business requirements in today’s intensely competitive environment is also studied. Several real-world projects are assigned to students on an individual basis and as a member of a systems development team, which allows students to apply their knowledge and skills to act as systems analysts and develop an information system for various realistic problems in a typical business organization. Offered days only in Fall;offered nights only in Spring.
CIS 125 - Microcomputer Software I
CIS 160 - Fundamentals of Computer Science I