cmgt555 | Graduate
Systems Analysis And Development
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System Planning and Requirement Analysis
- Integrate development methodologies with emphasis on the agile approach to an SDLC project.
- Conduct a needs analysis to determine the requirements to design for a new information system.
- Recommend a plan to gather requirements, methods and analysis to understand actual organizational needs.
- Prioritize requirements and recommend different approaches to representing business needs.
Systems Design, Implementation, and Security
- Develop design approaches, concepts, and documents for systems.
- Compare and contrast several design approaches, including User Interface-based design and pattern-based design for web applications and mobile applications.
Systems Quality Assurance, Operation, and Maintenance
- Recommend quality assurance and testing processes throughout the Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC).
- Discuss the importance of maintenance efforts and re-engineering efforts.
Emerging Systems Analysis and Development
- Assess current software engineering technology trends.
- Predict how business, organizational, market, and cultural trends will influence software engineering technology in the next ten years.
Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and Methodologies
- Recommend SDLC approaches, artifacts, and processes for an organization.
- Distinguish systems development roles and responsibilities for an organization.
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