This capstone course for the MIS concentration looks at the field's cutting-edge issues and information systems' future in organizations. The class uses the seminar format in which presentation of the material is integrated with innovative student projects. The course examines the challenges of MIS in the 1990s including re-engineering the firm; developing productivity strategies including computer assisted systems engineering (CASE) and object-oriented programming systems (OOPS); creating user productivity strategies, decision support and executive information systems; connectivity approaches; and exploring resulting ethical implications of information systems issues. Students have the chance to work in depth on information systems topics of interest.
1-4 Graduate credits
Effective August 24, 2002 to present