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CISC 210 System Analysis and Design

3 hours lecture, 3 units
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Description: This course is an introductory, experiential study of the phases of the object-oriented software development life cycle (OOSDLC), including: stakeholder and requirements analysis; use cases development; software architecture; project management; user interface considerations; interactive and prototyping methodology; component construction; quality assurance; and configuration management. This course is intended for students seeking advanced knowledge and applications in Computer and Information Sciences.

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