Courses

SYS 6001: Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design

An integrated introduction to systems methodology, design, and management. An overview of systems engineering as a professional and intellectual discipline, and its relation to other disciplines, such as operations research, management science, and economics. An introduction to selected techniques in systems and decision sciences, including mathematical modeling, decision analysis, risk analysis, and simulation modeling. Elements of systems management, including decision styles, human information processing, organizational decision processes, and information system design for planning and decision support. Emphasizes relating theory to practice via written analyses and oral presentations of individual and group case studies. 

Total Credit Hours: 3
Semester(s):
Fall 2017
Prerequisites:
Admission to the graduate program.
Instructor:
William Scherer
Instructor Email:
wts@virginia.edu

Weekly Live Sessions

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
2-3:15 PM 2-3:15 PM

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