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Home / MEBA 470 – Business Systems Analysis, Modeling and Design

 

Prerequisites:  MEBA 110 and 210

This course prepares the student to analyze business information systems and to build models and logical designs that can be implemented later.  Emphasis is on understanding the business processes and business requirements and building conceptual models that help in the analysis of business requirements.  Complex systems and to build designs and architectures that can satisfy the business requirements are discussed.  The course emphasizes business process modeling, business patterns, object orientation, design patterns and component-based design approaches.  Topics include modern system life cycles, project management, BRODE (buy, rent, outsource, develop, extend) strategies in system building, business system modeling, requirements analysis, conceptual design, architectures, physical design, and design for the modern mobile systems with security and integration considerations.

 

Course Information

  • Course Code: MEBA 470
  • Credits: 3 credits