System analysts are accountable for examining the information problems and needs of an organisation to establish how people, methods and computer technology should be optimally combined. An analyst should be able to create systems that can: effectively capture data from its source, facilitate the movement of that data to the computer, ensure its processing and storage and determine the flow of useful and appropriate information back to the business user. Bircham University’s Systems Analysis & Design program inspects all issues vital to complete a sound system analysis and design.
Subjects covered on this course include: Computer Systems, Telecommunication Systems, Systems Development Life Cycle, Systems Analysis & Design, Systems Implementation, Innovation Management, Network Systems Management, Software Systems Integration, Dynamic Systems Analysis, Process Improvement Management and Process Technology.
The Systems Analysis & Design program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.