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MIS 5350
Information Systems Analysis
Three semester hours.
The objective of this course is to provide an integrated perspective of problem solving utilizing information technology in today s complex business environment, with a concentration on the processes, principles, guidelines, tools and techniques for systems analysis. Topics include information requirements identification, systems theory, systems modeling, project planning, documentation, current and proposed systems specification, and introduction to data modeling. Communication skills will be honed, and formal presentations are required. Prerequisite: MIS 5300 or equivalent; corequisite: MIS 5330 or permission of the instructor.

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