UNI MIS Announces Clients for Consulting Projects

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University of Northern Iowa Management Information Systems (MIS) students are working with 12 Iowa organizations as part of the MIS course Information Systems Development Projects. A final consulting and website development project is required to complete the MIS degree program.

Each team of 4 students will complete the website projects by the end of April 2017. Teams are working on projects for 12 local organizations, including:

The Information Systems Development Projects course requires students to apply the principles and skills learned from the MIS curriculum to real-world organizations. With guidance from a faculty mentor, Professor Daniel J. Power, each student team is assigned an organization and is expected to develop or re-engineer a custom website to meet the needs of that particular organization. Projects typically involve working with WordPress, a content management web development platform.

Students will make a presentation on their findings to each client and UNI faculty at the end of the spring semester.

Organizations that would benefit from a consulting team to address website development or revitalization are encouraged to contact Daniel J. Power at daniel.power@uni.edu.

Posted on 12-Apr-17


  






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UNI MIS Announces Clients for Consulting Projects

MISConsulting-Inline.png

University of Northern Iowa Management Information Systems (MIS) students are working with 12 Iowa organizations as part of the MIS course Information Systems Development Projects. A final consulting and website development project is required to complete the MIS degree program.

Each team of 4 students will complete the website projects by the end of April 2017. Teams are working on projects for 12 local organizations, including:

The Information Systems Development Projects course requires students to apply the principles and skills learned from the MIS curriculum to real-world organizations. With guidance from a faculty mentor, Professor Daniel J. Power, each student team is assigned an organization and is expected to develop or re-engineer a custom website to meet the needs of that particular organization. Projects typically involve working with WordPress, a content management web development platform.

Students will make a presentation on their findings to each client and UNI faculty at the end of the spring semester.

Organizations that would benefit from a consulting team to address website development or revitalization are encouraged to contact Daniel J. Power at daniel.power@uni.edu.

Posted on 12-Apr-17







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