CISY 8603 - Seminar Critical Issues in IT, 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): CISY 4103 with D or better
This is a research-oriented and performance-oriented course. The course addresses critical (both theoretical and pragmatic) issues in information technology (IT). Issues of concern may include, but are not limited to, IT systems security, ethics of using IT systems, human-IT systems interface, and data analysis requirements at different organizational levels. Students are expected to conduct research, present their findings, accept feedback on their presentations, and document their knowledge of their topics. Students will also complete a project working with a cross-disciplinary team and prepare strategies/materials for an effective job search. Every student is expected to attend all class presentations and guest speaker sessions.