Course Descriptions for the Computer & Information Systems Department

INFS6020 - Computer Info Sys/Applications
Summer 2013

This course introduces the fundamentals of specifying and developing computer applications for integrated information systems. Emphasis is on meeting user requirements in an on-line, multi-user environment. The overall information management framework of relationships between business objects is consulted as models of applications are being specified and designed. The course includes such topics as information modeling, business rules, specification, information systems in context, assessing information technology limitations and risks, database and file design that responds to an information model, properties of multi-user systems, distributed applications, data dictionaries, and security issues. The course provides hands-on experience in identifying relationships between business objects, specifying business rules, and creating information models for business applications.
Prerequisite: INFS6010
3 Credits

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