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IS 623 Information Systems Design and Development

Not open to students who have taken IS 621.

Course Description: Organizations depend on computer information systems and technology. This course first instructs students in current methods of analyzing business situations and systems to model complete and coherent definitions of systems requirements. Next, learning focuses on methods for developing logical and physical designs of these systems. Finally, these designs form the bases of systems development and implementation. The course emphasizes software engineering best practices in creating and implementing robust, reliable, and appropriate systems regardless of technology, size, scope, type, and geographic distribution.


3 credits


Pre-requisite for IS 623 ( Course : IS 617 . Minimum Grade of C. )