ICT103 Systems Analysis and Design

Overview

B IT                             Core

Businesses and organisations use various types of information systems to support the many processes needed to carry out their business functions. Each information system has a particular purpose or focus, and each has a life of its own. This “life of its own” concept is called the systems development life cycle (SDLC), and it includes the entire process of planning, building, deploying, using, updating, and maintaining an information system. This subject provides a broad understanding of systems analysis and design (SAD), and mainly deals with software development activities. It focuses on functional and non-functional requirements gathering, planning and designing of software systems.

Prerequisites

ICT100 Foundations of Information Systems