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CI4221 - Systems Analysis and Design - 4.5 Credits

This course covers the full process of information systems development. Students will learn the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, and tools necessary for a systems analyst to successfully develop information systems. It includes the development of systems "blueprints" guided by the use of a Systems Development Life Cycle used for systems implementation. Topics of discussion include: in-house software development, programming languages and tools used to test software. The student will also learn techniques that will allow them to develop projects in a team environment.

Prerequisite: CI4220 and Junior Status

Delivery: on campus and online