MIS 584 - Capstone
Covers current topics in MIS including issues related to areas of business environment, technology, globalization, politics, ethics, legal, regulatory, and demographic diversity. The role of MIS in those areas will be addressed. In each semester, these selected topics may not be the same depending on what topics are current and emerging. Assignments include paper critiques, group discussions, and a final paper or project. This course is primarily for MIS majors and should be taken in the last semester of the MIS degree program. NOTE: If this course is not completed during the initial enrollment, students must register for the course and take it again. Course Information: Prerequisites: MIS 577(may be taken at the same time), and successful completion of at least 27 credit hours of 500-level coursework in MIS. Curricular Practical Training (CPT) eligible. Access to the Internet is required.
32 hours of 500-level coursework in MIS.
Restricted to Management Information Systems.
Restricted to ONL MS: MIS majors. Prerequisite: At least 27 credit hrs of 500-level MIS course work, and MIS 577 (may be taken concurrently). Requires Departmental Approval.
Academic Program Restrictions:
BBA:Online Business Admin -UIS NDEG:Online HR Mangment-UIS MS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys -UIS
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate
Term(s): Fall , Spring
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