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MIS 321Systems Analysis and DesignProf. Dr. Birgül Kutlu Bayraktar
   Instructor: Birgül Kutlu Bayraktar, Ph.D.,    Professor (Room: B214)   Class Hours: M 13:00, W 09:00, W 10:00   Offi...
   Course Description: Systems    development life cycle. Systems analysis;    identifying problems. determining and    a...
   Delivery Method: Instructor led lectures.   Textbook/Reference Book:     Systems Analysis and Design - Shelly,      ...
   Grading: Normal distribution curve fitting.                            Percent            Midterm           20        ...
 Midterm Exam: Midterm exam will be open  book/open notes, written exam. Make-up  exam will be given only for official ex...
 Final: Final exam will be open book/open  notes, written exam. Make-up exam will be  given only for the excuses accepted...
   Course Content and Objectives (Shelly,    Cashman and Rosenblatt):     Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design   ...
   PROJECT DEFINITION     Project   will be 2 semester project which will      include steps of planning, design,      i...
   PROJECT DEFINITION     When  the project is e-sales it may seem to be a     huge project. But every project can be si...
   PROJECT PLAN     Phase   I (5.10.2012)    * Submit your project title together with the      names of the team member...
   Next semester…     List all of the necessary outputs and design      them     List all of the necessary inputs and d...
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  1. 1. MIS 321Systems Analysis and DesignProf. Dr. Birgül Kutlu Bayraktar
  2. 2.  Instructor: Birgül Kutlu Bayraktar, Ph.D., Professor (Room: B214) Class Hours: M 13:00, W 09:00, W 10:00 Office Hours: M 14:00-14:30, W 11:00-11:30
  3. 3.  Course Description: Systems development life cycle. Systems analysis; identifying problems. determining and analyzing information requirements. Systems design; output, input, file, database, user interface, data-entry procedures and software design. Systems development; project management, costs, programming, testing and documentation. Systems implementation and evaluation.
  4. 4.  Delivery Method: Instructor led lectures. Textbook/Reference Book:  Systems Analysis and Design - Shelly, Cashman, Rosenblatt  Systems Analysis and Design – Kendall and Kendall
  5. 5.  Grading: Normal distribution curve fitting. Percent Midterm 20 Laboratory 20 Project 30 Final 30
  6. 6.  Midterm Exam: Midterm exam will be open book/open notes, written exam. Make-up exam will be given only for official excuses. Project: Students are expected to form groups to analyze and design a real-world situation. A presentation and a report is expected at the end of this exercise. Project will be a 3-4 student group project. There will be no make-up for the project.
  7. 7.  Final: Final exam will be open book/open notes, written exam. Make-up exam will be given only for the excuses accepted by registration office. Students are required to get an average grade of 50 (midterm, project and laboratory grades up to final) in order to enter the final exam. Academic Dishonesty: Cheating is absolutely subject to a disciplinary action and a null grade.
  8. 8.  Course Content and Objectives (Shelly, Cashman and Rosenblatt):  Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design  Systems Planning  Requirements Modeling  Data and Process Modeling  Transition to Systems Design  Data Design
  9. 9.  PROJECT DEFINITION  Project will be 2 semester project which will include steps of planning, design, implementation, testing and documentation.  It will be an Internet based application.  The database will be implemented in MIS 335 course and teams will be the same as much as possible.  Possible projects: e-sales, registration, hospital, game, education, library, etc.
  10. 10.  PROJECT DEFINITION  When the project is e-sales it may seem to be a huge project. But every project can be sized while designing:  You may assume that items enter to the store with another program and they are already in database. Your aim will be to sell these items to customers.  You may assume that payment is not online.
  11. 11.  PROJECT PLAN  Phase I (5.10.2012) * Submit your project title together with the names of the team members. * Project title and teams should be confirmed by MIS 335 instructor.
  12. 12.  Next semester…  List all of the necessary outputs and design them  List all of the necessary inputs and design the forms  Give the menu hierarchy of your system  Prepare the relational database design  Describe installation and evaluation process  Describe support activities

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