INFO-I 494 Design and Development of an Information System
- Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor
- Delivery: Arranged
System design and development present both technical and managerial problems with which students will be familiar from their undergraduate course work. This course puts these lessons into practice as students work to develop an information system. This course provides students with a high-level design and development experience that allows them to integrate the knowledge and skills they have developed during the program.
- Analyze a problem, including identifying and evaluating alternatives, then execute a solution.
- Create an information system, for which student applies knowledge and skills according to industry’s best practices and standards.
- Manage time and meet deadlines to fulfill project expectations.
- Document assets, code, and media created for the project weekly.
- Reflect on the capstone experience regarding the impact on self, school, campus, community, and future career choices.
- Recognize the importance of planning for professional development beyond post-secondary education.
- Present their final work at the capstone event.
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