bsa400 | undergraduate

Business Systems Development II

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This course continues the subject matter of BSA/375, Fundamentals of Business Systems Development. It completes an examination of methodologies, tools, and standards used in business systems development. An emphasis is placed on examining enterprise-level business systems.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Enterprise-Level Business Systems Development Standards

    • Apply systems development to an enterprise-level business project.
    • Examine enterprise-level business systems development standards.
    • Compare and contrast selected systems development standards.
    • Describe methods for tailoring standards to development constraints.
    • Identify selected tools for tailoring standards to suppliers/customers.

    Enterprise-Level Business Systems Development Life Cycle

    • Define and describe selected enterprise-level business systems.
    • Identify the roles in the development of enterprise-level business systems.
    • Define the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) stages at an enterprise-level.
    • State the scope and objectives for an enterprise-level business system.
    • Prepare a feasibility report for an enterprise-level business system.

    Enterprise-Level Business Systems Analysis Methods & Tools

    • Identify analysis methods for enterprise-level business systems.
    • Apply information-gathering methods to determine requirements.
    • Use analysis tools to diagram current business process mapping.
    • Describe the benefits of prototyping tools in confirming requirements.
    • Show the traceability of the confirmed requirements to the stated objectives.

    Enterprise-Level Business Systems Design Methods & Tools

    • Identify design methods for enterprise-level business systems.
    • Prepare logical and physical designs and options for requirements.
    • Describe design methods to address system design trade-offs.
    • Use design tools to diagram proposed business process mapping.
    • Allocate requirements to hardware, software, and human interface.

    Enterprise-Level Business Systems Implementation Methods & Tools

    • Identify implementation methods for enterprise-level business systems.
    • Describe implementation tools for enterprise-level business systems.
    • Demonstrate the benefits of well-defined processes for implementation.
    • Show the benefits of developing metrics for the implementation processes.
    • Explain change management within an enterprise-level implementation.
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