633 Information Systems Development
- Study programme and level: Professional degree programme Administration 1st Cycle
- 2nd year
- 8 ECTS
- Course type: Elective
- Lectures: 60
- Tutorial: 30
- Other forms of study: 30
- Individual work: 120
- Lecturer: Anamarija Leben
1. Objectives and competences
- understands the role of information systems in modern organisations;
- understands the role of business processes in public administration;
- differentiates basic concepts of and approaches to business process analysis and reengineering in public administration;
- understands and applies methodological concepts, techniques and methods of information systems analysis, design, development and implementation in public administration;
- demonstrates with case studies identification and analysis of users' data/information requirements in selected field .
- to fully understand the process of information systems development;
- to analyse business processes from the aspect of processes data/information requirements as well as their further informatisation;
- to model data and process characteristics of business processes on the level that enables further development of relevant information systems;
- to participate in project teams for business-process analysis, information-systems development in public administration and to cooperate with external development teams;
- to fully understand and to apply the elements of project-oriented approach to information-systems development.
- The role of business information systems in modern organisations
- Key problems of information-systems development
- Methodologies of information-systems analysis, design and implementation
- Logical information-systems modelling
- Data modelling
- E-R modelling
- E-R model development
- Process modelling
- Process model development
- Basics of data-base models
- Organisational aspect of information-systems development
- Elements of project-oriented approach to information-systems development
- KOVAČIČ, Andrej, BOSILJ VUKŠIČ, Vesna. (2005). Management poslovnih procesov (izbrana poglavja). Ljubljana: GV Založba.
- VINTAR, Mirko, GRAD, Janez (ur.) (2004). E-uprava: izbrane razvojne perspektive (izbrana poglavja). Ljubljana: Fakulteta za upravo.
- WESKE, Mathias. (2007). Business Process Management: Concepts, Languages, Architectures (izbrana poglavja). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Dostopno na spletu.
- SHELLY, B. et al. (2005). Systems Analysis and Design (izbrana poglavja). Thomson Course Technology.
- Ministrstvo za javno upravo (2011). Enotna metodologija razvoja informacijskih sistemov – EMRIS. Spletno mesto EMRIS. Dostopno na: www2.gov.si/mju/emris.nsf (4. 2. 2011)
4. Intended learning outcomes
Student is able to analyse business processes, to define their data/information requirements, to asses the possibility and feasibility of their further informatisation, to develop relevant data and process models and to actively participate in information-systems development projects.
5. Learning and teaching methods
- Lecture: within lectures students gain basic theoretical and applicable knowledge from the studied filed.
- Practical work: Within tutorial they apply gained theoretical knowledge on concrete practical cases.
- Seminar paper: Students apply gained knowledge on selected case study as seminar paper. Case studies are presented, discussed and critically evaluated in front of audience.
- Written or/and oral exam (can be substituted with two partial exams) (60 %)
- Seminar work with presentation (30 %)
- Other activities (e-learning, active participation during lectures and practical work) (10 %)