This subject provides students with an opportunity to examine system analysis and design techniques within a business perspective. This includes knowledge and skills in feasibility analysis, logical design and development of business systems. More specifically, the object oriented methodology using the Unified Modelling Language is used as an approach for designing and building relevant systems. In addition, the structured systems modelling techniques are used to fulfill the requirements of business models. The students will get in-depth knowledge and experience of various advance systems analysis techniques and business modelling aspects that lead up to system design and implementation.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Not available to students who have completed ITC211 or ITC412.
ITC211 Paired Subject
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