Volgenau School of Engineering
George Mason University
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MIS 330: Systems Analysis and Design

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Understanding systems analysis and design methods is a necessary skill for contemporary business analysts, managers, software engineers and system users. Provides students with the foundations for effectively using modern systems analysis and design tools and methodologies for developing modern software and applications. Topics include systems planning and feasibility analysis, requirements analysis, economics, systems design and project management. Notes: Requires team project.

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Credits: 3

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