Modeling the Future of Systems Analysis & Design

Modeling the Future of Systems Analysis & Design

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John N.

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A recent paper appeared in the October issue of the ISEDJ that may be of interest to you on what should be in a typical systems analysis and design course.

VP Marketing at Visible Systems

The paper is entitled, Defining the Content of the Undergraduate Systems Analysis and Design Course as Measured by a Survey of Instructors by Timothy Joseph Burns. There is a great deal of information on the who, what, when, where, why, and how of typical SAD course.

This paper can serve as a good template for building a successful SAD course.

The only missing element from this paper is the value that automated tools brings such as: expert rules checking, project reporting, and keeping track changes to a given project.

There are many factors that make the undergraduate systems analysis and design course somewhat enigmatic in its purpose, and therefore equivocal in its...

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  • John N.

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    John N.

    VP Marketing at Visible Systems

    We sent out a poll to five thousand professors asking them if they were planning to use automated CASE tools for the fall term. The response to this poll indicate that about 55% planned to use automated tools this fall for their systems analysis and design courses. I think this shows that systems analysis and design is rightly regaining its importance.

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