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ICT 3100 - Systems Analysis and Design

This course examines the system development and change process, the software life cycle, including adherence to a methodological life cycle, and project management for software projects. Topics include software development paradigms, system engineering, use of modeling tools, function-based analysis and design, object-oriented analysis and design, testing, and documenting software systems. The course emphasizes the factors essential for effective communication and integration between users and systems. It encourages interpersonal skill development with clients, users, and others associated with development, operation, and maintenance of the system. Software quality issues are also considered: software testing, configuration management, quality management, process improvement and software maintenance. Students conduct a hands-on use case exercise and write a Software Development Plan.

Note that 3000-level courses at University College cannot be used to satisfy graduate-level certificate or degree requirements.


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Spring 2017 - Online/Distance (CRN - 4750)

Schedule Information

  • CRN: 4750
  • Instructor: Grzinic, Rossana
  • Credits: 4
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  • Delivery: Online/Distance
  • Location: ONLINE

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