|Information Systems Analysis and Design|
|Title: ||Information Systems Analysis and Design|
|Lesson Code: ||321-3104|
|Theory Hours: ||4|
|Lab Hours: |
|Faculty: ||Kokolakis Spyros|
Information systems concepts and terms. Types of information systems and their role in the organization. Factors affecting the successful development of information systems. The role and challenges of the systems analyst. Requirements elicitation methods (interviews, questionnaires, JAD method, documents analysis, STRuctured Observation of the Business Environment – STROBE). Information Systems lifecycle. Data Flow Diagrams. Data dictionaries. Process specification. Data specification and analysis with Entity-Relationship Diagrams. Object-oriented analysis and design with UML (CRC cards, Use Case diagrams, Class diagrams, Sequence diagrams, Activity diagrams, etc.). Quality management and the development of information systems.
On the successful competion of this course, the student shall be able to:
- Understand the conceptual framework of information systems
- Collect and analyze information regarding the information needs and requirements of an organization
- Create models of information systems
- Design information systems
1. Kendall and Kendall, Systems Analysis and Design, Pearson Education Publ.
2. E. Kiountouzis, “Methodologies for the Analysis and Design of Information Systems”, E. Benos Publ. (in Greek).
1. European Journal of Information Systems
2. Information Technology and People
3. Journal of the Associaton for Information Systems
|Learning Activities and Teaching Methods |
I. Final exam (90%) to include:
- Problem solving
- Modelling information systems based on case studies
II. Projects – exercises (10%).
|Assessment/Grading Methods |
||Φόρτος Εργασίας Εξαμήνου
|125 hours (5 ECTS)
|Language of Instruction|
|Greek, English (for Erasmus students)|
|Μode of delivery |