In this course, you will learn about how plans for information systems can be implemented and once they are implemented, how they should be managed.
Considering how systems may be implemented leads us to consider what methods can be used, whilst determining how they should be managed requires us to consider what control needs to be applied to the implemented system to ensure its continuing success.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
explain the concept of a systems development life cycle (SDLC)
critically assess the relationship between the traditional SDLC and other approaches to systems development
identify the role of prototyping in systems development
assess the benefits of using object-orientation in systems development
compare alternatives for acquiring new systems
identify the main requirements for secure systems.
Developing and Managing Information Systems (Byte Size Skills Course) Certificate issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges, to view a sample of the college’s award, please click here.
Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Modern Approaches to Systems Development
Alternatives to Acquiring New Systems
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