INF 891 - Graduate Capstone Seminar in Informatics

This is a culminating course for students seeking a graduate degree from the Department of Informatics. It is applicable for all master programs within the Department of Informatics. This course consists of a structured seminar aimed at allowing students to reflect upon experiences gained during the Cyber Security, Information Assurance Management, Computer Networking and Telecommunications, Web Development, or other concentrations area in Informatics, and synthesize that knowledge and experience in the form of a Capstone project. Students are required to complete a significant project and research paper writer at the master's degree level. The student will work very closely with his/her advisor/professor on the project. This project has a tight schedule and must be approved by the reviewing committee for the student to successfully pass this course.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing and has completed or currently enrolled in INF890
Last updated: 05/23/2022