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Business Systems - BSYS
While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.
Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Apply the criteria for planning and conducting a thorough and professional project study.
- Develop a personal fact-finding interview style to extract needed information related to the study.
- Differentiate between cause and effect when analysing a problem.
- Develop a project plan and estimate time requirements.
- Develop a Gantt chart.
- Develop a Terms of Reference/Project Charter and appropriately modify it as the scope, objective(s) and criteria of evaluation evolve from data collection.
- Apply the Terms of Reference/Project Charter in the planning and implementation of the study’s strategies.
- Select and apply the appropriate fact-finding tools to record both the current and proposed processes and procedures.
- Develop and implement an effective method of ongoing communications (including meetings) with the project sponsor and faculty advisor.
- Implement a project plan and manage activities to stay on schedule.
- Develop apply the skills required to work effectively as a team member on a project.
- Maintain a project diary that describes both the attempted project processes and possible improvements in the process that might be used in another study.
- Research and develop recommendations consistent with the Terms of Reference/Project Charter.
- Select and use an appropriate report format and writing style in order to satisfy the project requirements.
- Prepare and deliver an effective oral presentation.
Effective as of Fall 2020