hci510 | Graduate
Systems Life Cycle
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Determine the components of an effective IT organization.
- Explain RFP development strategies.
- Determine the feasibility of available solutions.
- Compare continuity planning and disaster planning.
- Design a plan for end-user training.
- Explain the importance of testing.
- Identify maintenance requirements.
- Devise an implementation strategy.
- Explain the importance of system documentation.
- Identify causes of system implementation successes and failures.
- Describe the value of informatics in the system life cycle.
Overview of System Life Cycle
- Describe the system life cycle.
- Identify data security measures.
- Explain the relationship between an IT agenda and organizational strategies.
- Describe the role of the project manager in the system life cycle.
- Describe the elements of system assessment.
- Analyze feasibility of change.
- Determine system life cycle resource needs.
- Determine the need for system integration.
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