585 Information Systems Design

585 Information Systems Design

  • Study programme and level: Master’s joint study programme Management in Administration 2nd Cycle
  • 2nd year
  • 7 ECTS
  • Course type: proffesional elective
  • Lectures: 21
  • Seminar: 11
  • Other study activities: 118
  • Individual work: 60
  • Language: English, Serbian, Slovene
  • Lecturer: Zoran Marjanović, PhD, Slađan Babarogić, PhD


1. Content (Syllabus outline)

The structural approach to IS design.
Conventional models for analysis and logical database design.
Object-oriented logical approach to IS modeling.
Role models in the modeling of IS.
The logical database design.
Preparing for the design of information systems. Collective analysis and application of methods and models.

2. Readings

  • Larman C., Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, Prentice Hall, 2001.
  • Hoffer, J., George, J. and Valacich J., Modern Systems Analysis and Design, Edition Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, Nj., 2005.
  • Jacobson I., Booch G., Rumbaugh J., The Unified Software Development Process, Rational Software Corporation, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1999.
  • Booch G., Rambaugh J., Jacobson I., The Unified Modeling Language: User Guide, Addison –Weseley, 1999.
  • Rambaugh J., Jacobson I., Booch G., The Unified Modeling Language: Reference Manual, Addison –Weseley, 1999.

3. Objectives and competences

Acquiring knowledge of conventional and object-oriented models and approaches for analyzing and designing information systems, and logical database design.


4. Intended learning outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding:
Students will learn to analyze and logically designed information systems using appropriate conventional andobject-oriented models and methods.


5. Learning and teaching methods:

Classes consist of lectures and drafting projects as homework. Homework assignments are group and individual. Homework results are presented in order to analyze the group generated solutions.


6. Assessment

Type (examination, oral, coursework, project):

  • Project assignments 20%
  • Student paper 20%
  • Oral or written exam 60%