Info Technology Project III

Course Description

A capstone project that is applicable to information technology management. Students work on an original and significant project that integrates concepts, principles, and tools that are taught throughout the program. ITM490A, ITM490B, and ITM490C need to be taken consecutively. Grading is H, S, or U only.

Learning Outcomes

  • Evaluate strategies to ensure project deliverables are on time and within scope.
  • Analyze project success from a business perspective, reinforcing the value information technology provides.
  • Create and deliver a professional group project presentation.
  • Write professional documentation to detail the Capstone project.

Requirements

Complete and present an original IT project to a panel of academic and business professionals.

Prerequisites

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