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MIS 4310
Information System Design and Implementation
Three semester hours.
In this course, the last phases of the system development life cycle are studied. These include, but are not limited to: comparing and contrasting a range of approaches to systems design; examining alternative approaches to the implementation of information systems, doing system integration and interface management in a complex environment; following development and documentation standards; performing inspections, reviews, testing and managing the transition and hand-over. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to design, prototype, document and implement a moderately complex information system. Prerequisite: MIS 3320 and MIS 3330.

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