IS 315 Computer Sys Analysis & Design I
U1HH 2010 PA
Poole, Kimberly S.
Ed.S. Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern UniversityMS Management Information Systems, Regis UniversityBS Computer Information Systems, Park University
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7 June 2010-28 July 2010
5:30 - 10:30 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
All Park University courses must include a core assessment that measures the relevant Departmental Learning Outcomes. The purpose of this assessment is to determine if expectations have been met concerning mastery of learning outcomes across all instructional modalities. The core assessment for this course is a project which counts for 20% of the grade. The course project will be an information system plan for a system chosen by the student. Emphasis will be on developing the basic components of a system using system analysis tools and methodology. The system may be stand alone or integrated with other systems in the organization. Each week portions of the project will be developed including a system description, needs analysis, feasibility analysis, data analysis, process analysis, and financial analysis. Computer aided software engineering (CASE) tools will be used where needed in support of the weekly assignments. The final project document is due at the end of the course with all assignments integrated into one document.
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Homework assignments
Individual Project Weekly Assignments plus the Final Report
Class Participation w/Discussion Questions
Breakout for Grades:
Questions - 120 points
Quizzes – 120
Individual Project Assignments– 320
Report - 220 points
– 220 points
Total = 1000 points.
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Work is expected to be turned in by on
time. If you cannot meet a deadline, let
me know as soon as possible, BEFORE the deadline. Leave an email or call me before the deadline
and we should be able to make arrangements for late work. If you make contact and have a valid reason,
I will accept work up to one week late within reason. Any work later than one week will not be
accepted. Failure to make contact before
the deadline will (except in extreme situations) result in a zero for the
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
1. Everyone must
participate in weekly classroom discussions. Discussions will be carried out is
a courteous manner.
2. You are expected to have original comments to add a
discussion topic. You should be prepared to discuss during class with a response to at least two of
your fellow students. You should be prepared to explain and defend your
discussion ideas. In addition, all members of the class are
encouraged and expected to participate in any and all discussion topics.
3. Don't take comments in the classroom discussion personally.
4. Do not aim comments at individuals, that is inappropriate.
5. Please use email or cell number for messages or questions to the me.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: We will cover Chapters 1 through 10. Detailed assignment list will be provided on the first night of class.
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