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An extensive Online Leilrning Centre website offers supporting resources for the book at: For studenu: Free access to these resources is illvailable with the textbook. Recent technical developments like the Internet have made possible infonnation systems that would not have been feasible even just a few years ago. Despite the antiquity of some of its subject material, the academic study of infonnation systems is young, even by the standards of the computer age, and owes its importance today chiefly to the rise of the computer.
Late work will not be accepted. Submit your work on time. Part of project management is to anticipate the unexpected and build appropriate contingency into the work plan.
Do likewise when creating personal work plans to complete assignments. If you "have" to have a particular grade in this class, "earn" it. Don't tell me you need an "A" the last week of class when you have earned a low "C" all semester.
It is your responsibility to earn whatever grade you need. Grading Scale Grades will be assigned as follows and posted on Blackboard.
It cannot have anything stapled, glued, taped or otherwise affixed to it. Tests cover material covered in the textbook, PowerPoints, lectures, class discussions, and material presented by guest speakers, including student presentations.
They will emphasize interpretation and application of course material, not rote memorization. As much as possible, each test will cover material in the portion of the class that precedes it.
However, knowledge is cumulative, and successful completion of a test may require mastery of material covered earlier in the semester. Take tests during the scheduled time.
If, due to emergency or illness, you know you will miss a scheduled test, it is your responsibility to let me know ahead of time or worst case, within 24 hours of the missed test. Make up examinations may be oral, essay, or another format, as determined by the instructor. Project Heavy emphasis is placed on the project.
You need to find a real company to work with. Your stakeholder has to be present for the final presentation. The content of the project is up to you, but it has to involve techniques and software development tools you learned in your MIS and CS classes. Everything you learn in this class should be applied to the project. Include as many project management tools as possible; for example, one of the first things to create for your project will be a Gantt chart.
Specific guidelines for projects will be discussed in class and posted on Blackboard. Project ideas from the past: I expect everyone to be active contributors to the project, in terms of quality and quantity of input and by helping other team members to do their best.
Unprofessional performance and free-riding will be reflected in a student earning a lower grade for the project and its associated deliverables, and may mean that one or more members of the team will receive a failing grade. Special Topic Presentation Two people who are in different project teams will select a topic, conduct research about the topic, and make a presentation to the class.
If appropriate to your topic, include an interactive element to your presentation. In addition, you must create two questions about the material covered in your presentation that are appropriate for inclusion on one of the two tests.
Presentations should be minutes long. PowerPoint slides and questions must be sent to me no later than 9 a. I will post your presentation to Blackboard so that it is available to your classmates. Executive Presence Much of your learning will occur as you prepare for and participate in class discussions. Most people in business are evaluated on what they say, how they say it, and how they present themselves. Later, together with Philippe Kruchten and Walker Royce eldest son of Winston Royce , they have led a successful mission to merge their own methodologies, OMT , OOSE and Booch method , with various insights and experiences from other industry leaders into the Rational Unified Process RUP , a comprehensive iterative and incremental process guide and framework for learning industry best practices of software development and project management.
Overview[ edit ] This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: remove duplications, shorten the waterfall descriptions, and make the statements more concise Please help improve this section if you can.
January Learn how and when to remove this template message The software life cycle is typically divided up into stages going from abstract descriptions of the problem to designs then to code and testing and finally to deployment.
The earliest stages of this process are analysis and design. The analysis phase is also often called "requirements acquisition". The Waterfall Model. In some approaches to software development—known collectively as waterfall models—the boundaries between each stage are meant to be fairly rigid and sequential.
The term "waterfall" was coined for such methodologies to signify that progress went sequentially in one direction only, i. The alternative to waterfall models are iterative models.
This distinction was popularized by Barry Boehm in a very influential paper on his Spiral Model for iterative software development.
With iterative models it is possible to do work in various stages of the model in parallel. So for example it is possible—and not seen as a source of error—to work on analysis, design, and even code all on the same day and to have issues from one stage impact issues from another. The emphasis on iterative models is that software development is a knowledge-intensive process and that things like analysis can't really be completely understood without understanding design issues, that coding issues can affect design, that testing can yield information about how the code or even the design should be modified, etc.
As a result, in object-oriented processes "analysis and design" are often considered at the same time. The object-oriented paradigm emphasizes modularity and re-usability.
The goal of an object-oriented approach is to satisfy the "open closed principle". Systems analysis and design with UML version 2.
Chudoba, Ph. BUS Office Hours: T-Th, The primary goal of this course is to prepare students to create information systems effectively and efficiently using concepts learned in earlier MIS classes and the system development techniques and approaches taught in this class. Required Text Title: Dennis, B. Tegarden Publisher: Course Organization Working with a real-world client, we will cover the entire systems development life cycle SDLC in this class, from initiation of a project to final delivery of a functional system.
Then, we will use lab time to put the concepts into practice.
Every day, you will apply the concepts directly to the system you are developing. That is why it is important for you to attend both the class and lab sessions see attendance policy discussion. Your prior MIS classes have emphasized database development and programming, so I assume that you already have those skills. Since that is what you already know, most of you will be eager to start programming as soon as you find a client. In other words, this class provides you with: Your portfolio is a collection of all the projects completed as part of your MIS degree that illustrates your accomplishments and skills as an MIS professional.
The portfolio is an excellent tool to share with prospective employers since it shows the work you are capable of doing.
Software We will use MS Project for some assignments.
You may use MS Visio or any other drawing tool for other assignments. Free student versions can be downloaded at: Assignment and Grading Policies Our textbook covers the most current object-oriented analysis and design techniques used by systems development professionals worldwide.
The slides will introduce new concepts, especially about project management, as well as address material from the textbook. Late work will not be accepted.
Submit your work on time. Part of project management is to anticipate the unexpected and build appropriate contingency into the work plan. Do likewise when creating personal work plans to complete assignments. If you "have" to have a particular grade in this class, "earn" it. Don't tell me you need an "A" the last week of class when you have earned a low "C" all semester. It is your responsibility to earn whatever grade you need.
Grading Scale Grades will be assigned as follows and posted on Blackboard. It cannot have anything stapled, glued, taped or otherwise affixed to it. Tests cover material covered in the textbook, PowerPoints, lectures, class discussions, and material presented by guest speakers, including student presentations. They will emphasize interpretation and application of course material, not rote memorization.