This full course provides a student with the opportunity to carry out a medium-scale independent information systems design project under the supervision of a faculty member culminating in a substantial written report, demonstration, and/or oral presentation. The student must secure the consent of a supervisor who is a full-time faculty member affiliated with the Information Systems and Design (IS&D) path in the Masters of Information program. The design project may be identified by the student or the supervisor. The student and instructor must both be available on campus. The Information Systems Design Project course involves regular frequent meetings with work comparable to that of other full year elective courses.
Pre-requisite: INF1341, INF1342 and INF1343