Computer-aided course enrollment system for Computer Science Curriculum Office
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The major problem addressed in this study is to automate the Course Enrollment Process in Computer Science Curriculum Office thus to reduce the time spent in this process and increase the reliability and efficiency of the current system. The approach taken was to do a requirement analysis design an automated system by using Yourdon's Structured Analysis Method and implement the design in C++ programming language. The resulting program that we wrote enables the curriculum staff to keep information about students, courses and tracks, and generate the enrollment list and send messages to the students. It also enables the students to prepare their matrices, sign up for courses, get course and track information and send messages to the curricular officer through the application. The curriculum staff has reviewed the program and thought that it could be used in the real-world environment. But, it was not put into service in the curriculum. A future study can install the program to the computers in the office and test how effective the program is.
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