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Scott Tilley’s New Textbook Published

‘Systems Analysis and Design’ a Global Favorite

MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology professor Scott Tilley’s new textbook, Systems Analysis and Design, has recently been released as an all-new 11th edition.

Tilley is director of computing education in the Department of Education and Interdisciplinary Studies in the College of Science at Florida Tech.

The book, co-authored by Harry Rosenblatt, is published by Cengage Learning as part of its Shelly Cashman Series.

The updated and revised edition of the textbook, which is the best-selling book in the field and in use in the U.S. and internationally, includes:

  • Expanded coverage that highlights emerging technologies. This allows students to be exposed to the latest information technology developments, including agile methods, cloud computing, and mobile applications;
  • A revised system analyst’s toolkit that offers the latest resources and reflects the most recent changes in today’s systems analysis tools;
  • A streamlined presentation that fosters focused reading. Students can focus on the main content quickly and easily.

“Dr. Tilley’s textbook is full of essential information that today’s computing students need to know to succeed,” said Hamid Rassoul, dean of the College of Science at Florida Tech. “The revised content in the 11th edition will help faculty who teach the ‘Systems Analysis & Deign’ course to stay current with the latest developments in the field.”

The book is available at Amazon.com and Cengage.com.

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The cover of "Systems Analysis & Design," a new textbook from Florida Tech's Scott Tilley.

The cover of the 11th edition of “Systems Analysis and Design” from Florida Tech’s Scott Tilley.

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