ITSC 8110 - Introduction to Computing and Information Systems Research
Computing and Information Systems has a wide range of research areas encompassing the fields of Business Information Systems, Bioinformatics, Computer Science, and Software and Information Systems. This seminar is intended to give Ph.D. in Computing and Information Systems students a sound understanding of the different research areas in Information Technology. The seminar is to be taken during the first year of studies and is intended to be the gateway to the fields within Information Technology and will enable students to select the fields matching their interests early in their studies. Through attending weekly indepth research presentations from faculty in all participating units in the Ph.D. in Computing and Information Systems program and conducting literature surveys in areas of interest, students are expected to gain the knowledge they need to identify the areas of interest for themselves.
Credit Hours: (3)
Restriction(s): Good standing in the Ph.D. in Computing and Information Systems Program.
Most Recently Offered (Day): Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016
Most Recently Offered (Evening): Fall 2015
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