MIS 620: Advanced Directed Study
Management Information Systems
Students work with one or more faculty members to develop in-depth knowledge of the critical theories, research methods, and associated literature pertaining to a specific topical area. Drawing on this knowledge, the student will subsequently utilize the advice, coaching, and supervision of the mentoring faculty instructor(s) to conduct original research projects. A primary course goal is the creation of a manuscript(s) to be submitted for preparation at a scholarly conference and/or publication in a refereed journal.
- Indep Study: Individual Based Study for MIS 620
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