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Higher Education Business and Human Resource Management

Exeter College

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Course Overview Systems Development Essentials provides Business Analysts with a good grounding in systems investigation and quality assurance - the underpinning of successful systems development. The course examines the fundamental differences between object-oriented and structured systems development and differentiates between generic lifecycle types, methods and approaches. Key areas such as designing test cases for the requirements, identifying different architectures for system development solutions and how CASE tools can be used to support the method selected are explored. Holders of the ISEB Certificate in Systems Development Essentials should be able to: Identify the tasks and disciplines required for systems development and implementation. Investigate a system Interpret business requirements and produce systems requirements Quality assure the systems requirements documentation Design test cases for the requirements Describe the commonly-used development lifecycles defined in the syllabus. Describe in detail one methodology that embraces one (or more) of these lifecycles Describe the structure and activities of this methodology Describe, interpret and quality assure the key models that the selected methodology uses for defining the process, static and event perspectives of the system Make effective use of different methods of interpersonal communications. Quality assure the systems requirements documentation Identify different architectures for systems development solutions Conduct a system review Explain how CASE tools might be used to support the method Exams may be taken either at the end of the course or, if the candidate wishes time for additional study, at a later date. Course Syllabus

Course Overview Systems Development Essentials provides Business Analysts with a good grounding in systems investigation and quality assurance - the underpinning of successful systems development. The course examines the fundamental differences between object-oriented and structured systems development and differentiates between generic lifecycle types, methods and approaches. Key areas such as...

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