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MIS 577 - MIS Design/Research Method

Campus: Springfield


The major objective of this course is to discuss fundamentals of MIS research and design science methodologies. The participants will learn how to conduct quantitative, qualitative, and design science research within the MIS context. Topics covered include methods for systematic literature review, gap identification, data collection and analysis, as well as interpretation and presentation of finding. After completing this course, participants should be able to conduct applied and/or theoretical MIS-related research. Course Information: Prerequisites: Introductory Statistics.

Special Instructions:

Prerequisite: Introductory statistics. This course is for online students and graduate certificates only.

Academic Program Restrictions:

CERT:Mgmt of Non Prft Org -UIS CERT:Online Comm Plan - UIS CERT:OnlineMgmtofNonPfgOrg-UIS CERT:OnlinePubAdwIntntPer-UIS CERT:PubAdmin wIntntPersp-UIS MPA:Online Public Admin -UIS MPA:Public Administration -UIS MS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys -UIS

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Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Graduate

Credit: 3

Term(s): Fall , Spring


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