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: Junior standing and MIS 3320.
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