System Analysis and Design (2004ICT)

A system can be defined as a set of components that interact or depend upon each other, forming an integrated whole. Systems thinking can be used to tackle almost any problem imaginable, in order to identify requirements (systems analysis) and find solutions to meet them (systems design). This course will provide you, as future business analysts and Information Technology (IT) professionals, with analysis and design competencies that will underpin your entire career. You will learn how to plan the development of an information system, analyse and discover requirements, and select optimal design solutions.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 2

Usually available

Logan Summer Semester 2

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