Analyzing Processes, Information and People

    EX 1111 is offered this spring:

This course will explore var­i­ous analy­sis and mod­el­ling tech­niques to bet­ter under­stand the require­ments asso­ci­at­ed with peo­ple, process­es, and infor­ma­tion ele­ments in a busi­ness con­text. Basic busi­ness mod­el­ling tools such as orga­ni­za­tion mod­els, work­flow mod­els and swim-lane dia­grams are used to explore solu­tion require­ments. UML mod­els (use cas­es, state and sequence dia­grams) extend the solu­tion require­ments and estab­lish the con­text for solu­tion design. Prin­ci­ples of data and data analy­sis are intro­duced. Var­i­ous method­olo­gies are used to set a frame­work for analysis.
Course at a glance

This is an IIBA Endorsed Course and corresponds to 21 PDU hours.

What you will learn

  • Explain the foundational elements associated with analyzing requirements.
  • Select and apply appropriate techniques to analyze people, processes and information effectively.
  • Identify and apply common standards and methodologies.
  • Document a business process using swimlane notation.
  • Distinguish between types of technical models.
  • Describe the characteristics of good data.
  • Tailor analysis and models so that they convey effect meaning.


Apr 24, 2023Apr 26, 2023

9:00 am – 4:00 pm MT


9:00 am – 4:00 pm MT


9:00 am – 4:00 pm MT





Syn­chro­nous online learning, eClass

In synchronous online courses, students move through the course material at the same pace as their peers. These courses also provide learners with pre-scheduled online lectures that have the instructor and students interacting at the same time. All components of this type of course are accessible through eClass, the University of Alberta’s eLearning management tool. for­mat details

Ruth Younie

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Ruth YounieID: ruth-younie

Class info
This course has no prerequisites

Students from all educational backgrounds welcome. You can register for this course without applying and enrolling in a program.

Currently counts towards:

Applicants intending to enrol in a program are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to lock in their course requirements since they are prone to change.

*If you are already enroled in this program, please refer to your specific program requirements as outlined at the time of your admission: Bear Tracks > Academic Advisement.

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