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INF 388L : Professional Experience and Project

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Description

As the culminating experience of the MSIS program, INF 388L allows every student to apply their unique skillsets and learnings to a professional project that is focused on a real-world problem or initiative. The course is designed to support your capstone journey throughout the semester as you work on your project with your project Field Supervisor. As an asynchronous course, students and instructors communicate via Canvas and various discussion prompts. Progress in the course is measured through updates and documents submitted directly to Canvas. During the semester, time is allotted for 1-on-1 meetings between student and instructor, and for small group meetings, as needed. Summary of Course Goals 1. Deliver a professional-level project/solution to showcase your knowledge, skills, and abilities. 2. Take direction and feedback from a supervisor working in your applied field of study. 3. Strengthen communication and presentation skills. 4. Manage expectations around project goals, schedule, and deliverables.

Prerequisites

Graduate standing; Completion of at least twenty-one semester hours of coursework in the graduate program in information studies.

Instructor Topic Title Year Semester Syllabus
Jacek Gwizdka
2024Spring
John Neumann
2024Spring
John Neumann
2024Summer Whole
Carla Criner
2024Fall
Carla Criner
2023SpringSyllabus
Yan Zhang
2023SpringSyllabus
John Robert Bautista
2023FallSyllabus
Carla Criner
2023Summer WholeSyllabus
Yan Zhang
2022Spring
Carla Criner
2022SpringSyllabus
Carla Criner
2022Summer 9 WeekSyllabus
Soo Young Rieh
2022FallSyllabus
Carla Criner
2021SpringSyllabus
Ying Ding
2021SpringSyllabus
Loriene Roy
2021Summer 9 WeekSyllabus
Randolph Bias
2021FallSyllabus

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