MS-ITM Capstone Project III

Course Description

This is the final course of a three course sequence. This course is of one month duration and classes meet once a week. A continuation of ITM695 where students implement the project defined in ITM690 and designed in ITM695. Student teams implement, code, test and document their projects. A formal presentation is made by the team to a review panel for evaluation and approval. Grading is H, S, or U only.

Learning Outcomes

  • Implement design in a timely manner.
  • Test the implemented design of IT management systems.
  • Create the final group project documentation.
  • Conduct the final group project presentation using a working prototype of the system.

Requirements

Student has to complete ITM 695 with a minimum of S grade to take this course.

Prerequisites

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