3 semester


Name of the course

Applied System Analysis


Training Course

1-31 03 09 Computer mathematics and systems analysis





Number of credits



Name of the lecturer

Associate Professor Shcheglova Natalya Leonidovna, Ph.D., Associate Professor


Purpose of the discipline

Formation of the student’s systemic view of the world and the acquisition of knowledge and skills corresponding to the qualification “system analyst”.

The student should be able to:

– apply methods of system analysis and creative thinking in solving technical and business problems;

– prepare and conduct interviewing and questioning of customers and domain specialists;

– Document the conceptual apparatus, models, processes, data, objects of the domain;

– describe and build models of business processes of the enterprise.



General educational disciplines corresponding to the third stage of general secondary education. Disciplines “Introduction to specialty”, “Computer mathematics”.


Content of discipline 

Positioning of the analyst profession. Methodology of system analysis: problem, system, model, management. Weakly structured problems. Signs of systemic problems. Properties of systems. The life cycle of the system. Structural analysis, its main objectives. Methodology SADT description of systems. Characteristics of economic systems, classification characteristics. The concept of enterprise architecture. The organization’s objectives system, SMART methodology. Breakdown of the organization into structural subsystems. Representation of the enterprise architecture in various methodologies. The concept of a business process. Deming’s PDCA cycle. Functional and process management of the organization. Classification of organization processes. Value chain. Survey and description of the organization’s activities. Identification and description of business processes. Types of representation of business processes. Stages of the description of the system. The ARIS phase model. ARIS models overview. Diagrams: goals, chains of added quality, organizational, environment functions. Event chain of the process. Construction of As-Is and To-Be models.


Recommended literature

1. Tarasenko F.P. Applied system analysis: a tutorial. – M.: KNORUS, 2010. – 224 С.

2. Mark D., McGowen K. Methodology of structural analysis and design – M .: MetaTechnology, 2000.

3. Spitsnadel VN Fundamentals of system analysis – SPb: Izd. house “Business Press”, 2000.

4. Repin V. V. Business processes of the company: construction, analysis, regulation – M .: RIA “Standards and quality”, 2007.

5. Repin VV, Eliferov VG Process approach to management. Modeling of business processes – Moscow: RIA “Standards and quality”, 2004.

6. Voinov IV, Pudovkina SG, Telegin AI Modeling of economic systems and processes. The experience of building ARIS-models – Chelyabinsk, Publishing House of SUSU, 2002.


Methods of Problem

Explanatory-illustrative, reproductive, partially search


Language learning



Conditions (requirements) of the current control

Test, control tasks


Form current certification

Credit, exam