Revised Course Structure for Master in Business Administration
MBA Semester III Specialization: - I. T. / Systems
Elective OP306E : SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Overview of System Analysis and Design: Software application today- the changing scenarios-Introduction to different methodologies and Structured System Analysis-Problem identification-requirement analysis: tools and techniques-feasibility analysis-Operational, Technical and Economical Feasibility-details of SDLC approach. Business Systems Concept; Systems Development Life Cycle; Project Selection; Feasibility Study. Tools for Analysis and Design of Business Systems; Methodologies Available; Need for Structured Techniques; Structure Techniques Available. System Requirement Specification and Analysis; Data Flow Diagrams; Data Dictionaries; Process Organisation and Intersections; Decision Analysis; Decision Trees and Tables; Expansion, Explosion and Normalization. Detailed Design; Modulation; Module Specification; File Design; Data Base Design. System Control and Quality Assurance; Documentation Tools; Testing Techniques Available; System Control and Audit Trails; System Administration and Training; Conversion and Operations Plan. Hardware and Software Selection; Hardware Acquisition; Benchmarking, Vendor Selection, Operational System Selection, Language Processors, Performance and Acceptance Testing Criteria. Managing Data Processing in an Organisation; Data Processing Setup; Project Management Techniques for Managing Software Projects.
Whitten, Jeffrey L, Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design, Tata McGrill 2008
Kendall & Kendall, Systems Analysis and Design, 5th ed., New Delhi Prentice Hall of India, 2006
Whitten, Jeffrey L, Systems Analysis and Design, Tata McGrill 2006.
Murthy, C.S.U, Systems Analysis and Design, Himallya Publication 2001.
Coad. Peter and Edward, Yourdon. Object-Oriented Analysis. 2nd ed., Englewood Cliff, New Jersey, Yourdon Press, 1991.
Note :- At least 10 Case Studies should be taught in class on relevant