Project Management & Information Technology

Business Analysis in the Enterprise

This course investigates the concepts and techniques used in business analysis throughout the development of business information systems. Topics include building a business case, eliciting, documenting, validating and managing business requirements; developing functional requirements; interviewing /testing techniques; software quality assurance; and project planning and control. Students create and analyze business requirements, estimate project work, develop a business case, and analyze data flow diagrams and models. Upon completion of this course, students will understand the key system development lifecycle approaches to business analysis and how to prioritize, select, plan, analyze, test, implement, and maintain modern application systems. Through collaborative learning approaches, lectures, peer-learning activities, and real-world projects, students receive a dynamic experience in understanding and performing business systems analysis in the enterprise.
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