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67-475 Information Systems Applications

Department:H&SS Interdisciplinary
Prerequisites:66-373 or 67-373
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In this course, students design and implement a usable information system for a client. The client may be affiliated with the university, government, business, or non-profit agency. Students will be assigned to teams to work on these projects, and will produce operational, fully documented and tested, computer-based information systems. The projects will be supervised by CMU faculty and, when possible, by project clients. Prerequisite: 67-373.

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No sections available for semester Spring 2005.

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