2021-2022 Pierce College Catalog 
    
    Dec 08, 2022  
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CIS 264 CIS Project Capstone (5 credits)



Prerequisite CIS 185 , CIS 262  and CIS 269  all with 2.0 or higher; or instructor permission.

Course Description
Project-based capstone course. Students will demonstrate proficiency of prior core course outcomes by analyzing, designing, developing, implementing and evaluating a real-life data driven application project using one or more software development life cycles.

Student Outcomes
1. Utilize Business Analysis best practices, tools, techniques and methodologies to meet stakeholder needs.
2. Identify stakeholders, activities and techniques, management and assessment processes needed to complete the required deliverables.
3. Use appropriate interview and/or survey techniques to determine stakeholder needs and concerns.
4. Identify the business rules and customer requirements to be included in the data dictionary and data model.
5. Analyze and design components of an information management system using various techniques and tools within the traditional software development life cycle methodologies and/or Agile methodology.
6. Identify and analyze standards and best practices for Information Technology governance and management.
7. Analyze, design, and create relational databases to meet industry and customer needs using current relational database management system software.
8. Differentiate between and create conceptual data models, logical data models and physical data models.
9. Create database objects and queries using Structured Query Language (SQL).
10. Query and create views of databases.
11. Create, startup, and shutdown an operational database.
12. Create client-side web forms that utilize ECMAScript, accept input, produce output, and communicate with the server.
13. Create server-side code that retrieves, processes, and returns data from the client-side.
14. Publish a data driven website to a public facing application hosting environment.



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