This focus area track is devoted to the application of computers and related technologies to address the operational, tactical, and strategic challenges facing business, non-profit and government organizations. Students can apply their knowledge of hardware, software, business processes and procedures to help organizations improve performance and meet tactical and strategic goals.
This required course is a problem-solving experience which represents the culmination of an SNL student's learning in a specific area. Students, guided by their academic committee, design and execute an independent project which demonstrates the integration of theory and practice, and the ability to pursue and document avenues of inquiry with excellence. * Successful completion of Research Seminar is required before registration.
LL 300 is a prerequisite for this class.
INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT
This senior project course requires students to apply prior learning in project management and systems development life cycle by developing a complete systems from business case, analysis, design, through implementation strategies. Team project, documentation, presentation, the use of development as well as project management tools will be emphasized. PREREQUISITE(S): CSC212, IS371, IS372, IS373.