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University of Cambodia

College of Science and Technology
Information Technology Department

ITE401– Systems Analysis and Design
Course Syllabus
COURSE IDENTIFICATION
Course: Systems Analysis and Design
Degree: Bachelors degree program
Instructor: Ith Kallyan
E-mail: ith.kallyan@gmail.com
Tel: 012 424 849
Class Time: 5:30– 7:00 pm (Tue / Thu)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The Systems Analysis and Design covers information systems in the business, system planning, requirements analysis, and user interface design. This includes different techniques such as construction of data flow diagrams, and tools for prototyping.

COURSE MATERIALS
The following software packages will be used/utilized in this course: ▪ Ms. Visio
▪ Ms. Access

TEXTBOOK & OTHER RESOURCES
▪ Systems Analysis and Design, Alan Dennis, Barbara Haley Wixom, 2000, by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 0-471-24100-8

Handouts

Prerequisites
Students are able to understand easily if they prior take the course of IT201 (Fundamental of database and Information Systems).

Purpose of the Course
The objective of this course is to study current strategies and techniques of systems analysis and design. The student will learn how to use the techniques to analyze and model information system requirements, propose an information systems solution and build an information system that meets an organization's needs. The course covers managerial, behavioral, and technical components of the system's analysis and design process. Managerial and behavioral topics include system development methods (e.g., life cycle, prototyping, spiral model), systems theory, strategic planning, business process reengineering, project management, and information gathering techniques. Technical topics include data dictionaries, entity-relationship models, use cases, class diagrams, state diagrams, sequence diagrams. After taking this course: 1. The student will be able to select appropriate...
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