MPTM-700 Systems Requirements
Fall for 2016-2017
Spring for 2016-2017
Summer for 2017
Gives you a strong understanding of the system development life cycle (SDLC). You will learn methods of gathering, analyzing, and prioritizing business requirements with a focus on the ease of use for IT staff and end-users alike. The course covers many of the specifics of gap analysis through correctness and completeness methods, the use of case models, process and data modeling, database design principles, and more. In addition, the course covers SDLC models, Unified Process and CASE tools, Rapid Application Development methodologies, Package Evaluation and Selection, and more. Finally, the course will be well-grounded in practice through the coverage of relevant requirements standards (IEEE Standard 830) and current government practices for requirements management (i.e., System Requirements Specifications (SRS).
Credits: 3.0
Prerequisites: None

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Summer '17: Stanford, Jean (file download)
Summer '17: Kaminsky, Dustin (file download)
Spring '17: Coriale, David (file download)
Spring '17: Stanford, Jean (file download)
Spring '17: Shousha, Christiane (file download)
Fall '16: Coriale, David (file download)
Fall '16: Stanford, Jean (file download)
Fall '16: Kaminsky, Dustin (file download)
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