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Summary

This course examines timely topics related to computer-based systems. The course develops research skills, problem-solving skills, applies the scientific method, refines presentation skills, and promotes team involvement. The course operates in a distributed team environment using the Internet as its communication vehicle. Graduate Catalog 

Learning outcomes

Knowledge Outcomes (KO) 

  • KO1: Students will identify key factors in the implementation of information technology into organizations 
  • KO2: Students will recognize issues related to data governance within an organization 
  • KO3: Students will identify the systems development processes that occur within organizations 
  • KO4: Students will recognize key issues related to managing large projects 
  • KO5: Students identify key factors in an organization’s development of its IT infrastructure 
  • KO6: Students will recognize high quality scholarly and practitioner oriented literature 

 Skills Outcomes (SO) 

  • SO1: Students will analyze the implementation of information technology into organizations 
  • SO2: Students will evaluate the complexities of managing data governance within an organization 
  • SO3: Students will evaluate the systems development process of an organization 
  • SO4: Students will assess the complexities of managing large projects 
  • SO5: Students will evaluate key factors in an organization’s investment in IT infrastructure 
  • SO6: Students will support their arguments using scholarly and practitioner oriented literature 
Number of credit hours per week 3
Total number of credit hours 3
Course eligibility Compulsory
Presence of students On-line

Storyline

A demanding course, students are asked to bring together all that they have learned throughout their program to address case projects throughout the semester. 

Prerequisites

BCIS 5304, BCIS 5307, BCIS 5311, BCIS 5316, BCIS 5351, and BCIS 5392 or Approval of Department Head Lab fee: $2 

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Dr. Schuessler is the Associate Dean of the College of Business at Tarleton State University. Previously serving as the Deparment Head for Marketing and Computer Information Systems, Dr. Schuessler teaches undergradaute and graduate classes in networking, and graduate classes in e-business and the MS-IS capstone course. His research interests revolve about computer security, data breaches, and information systems security effectiveness.

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