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CSI4201 Systems Analysis
Credit Points: 15
Understanding of the components of systems analysis: definition of a system, the role of management, interfacing with the user; the life cycle of a management information system from the feasibility study through to the post-implementation audit; studying the present system including sources of information, fact gathering, interviewing, documenting the existing system; analysis techniques involving data from diagrams, data dictionaries, decision tables, report design.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
745Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
U09Graduate Diploma of Computer Science
U11Graduate Diploma of Informatics
U10Graduate Diploma of Internet Computing
746Graduate Diploma of Science (Information Technology)
U07Master of Computer Science
Q78Master of Information Technology
H76Master of Internet Computing
Q62Master of Science (Information Technology)
SPMQOAMasters Qualifier Option A (Master of Information Technology) Area of Specialisation
SPMQOBMasters Qualifier Option B (Master of Internet Computing) Area of Specialisation
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2008 VET: 31/03/2008