CNIT 58100-RMT

Requirements Management Processes

The course explores the approaches used by today’s information system professionals to conduct and manage the requirements development process. Course emphasis focuses on contemporary techniques for requirements elicitation, requirements analysis, requirements specification, requirements validation and verification.  Emphasis is also placed on identifying stakeholders through the use of formal stakeholder analysis techniques, the use of formal change control, requirements traceability and the use of requirements management tools. The course is designed based on the principles and competencies prescribed by the Project Management Institute’s PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) and Business Analyst Guide as well as the International Institute of Business Analysis’s BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge).

Prerequisites: CIT480 IT Project Management Methods or CIT552 IT Project Management

Semesters Offered:  Summer session only; 100% online course delivered through Blackboard

Contact Professor Kevin Dittman for more information.

Credit Hours: 

Computer and Information Technology