BCO2000 - Business Process Modelling
Pre-requisite does not apply to students completing ESPBUS Education - Business Studies.
|1.||Compare and evaluate alternative methodologies used in developing business information systems;|
|2.||Adapt skills to model and design logical and physical systems using a variety of tools, techniques and methods;|
|3.||Interpret recommendations from different development problems and scenarios, justifying the recommendations made with reference to salient contextual considerations of local/global settings;|
|4.||Investigate, analyse and argue key topics relating to systems analysis and design;|
|5.||Develop prototypes of computer based information systems demonstrating initiative and problem-solving judgements to meet simulated client briefs; and|
|6.||Employ effective interpersonal and professional skills to collaborate with and influence team members to achieve a negotiated team outcome while maintaining responsibility and accountability for their own learning and work.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Case Study||Group Case Study part 1||25%|
|Case Study||Group Case Study part 2||25%|
|Test||In-Class Test (Multiple Choice and Short Answer)||30%|
|Case Study||Group Case Study part 1||20%|
|Case Study||Group Case Study part 2||20%|
Systems Analysis and Design (6th ed.).
Dennis A., Wixom B. H., & Roth R. M. (2015).
Milton, QLD: Wiley.
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