Management Information Systems Honors Practicum
Gary J. Sbona Honors Program
The Management Information Systems Honors Practicum (BUS118H/119H) is a special 2-semester class for exceptional MIS majors in their senior year. The class concept is to provide a "real world" experience for the students so they can apply the technical skills they've learned in their studies to a project that an organization will actually implement and use. These are team projects for groups of 3-5 students. The students are responsible for the entire project including defining requirements, designing the product, implementing it (or getting it ready to turn over to the sponsor for implementation), developing user manuals, providing training, etc. as appropriate to the specific project. In addition to active coaching of the teams, we work on project management methods/skills in the classroom which is directly applied to the projects.
There will be an information session for prospective students in all concentrations on Monday, April 10, 2023, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the Student Union Theater. Please attend to learn more about the program overall and how the MIS program is organized. You will have an opportunity to have your questions answered for MIS specifically by the professor teaching the course.
The application for Fall 2023/Spring 2024 is now open and will close on April 24, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. You can access the application link on the main program page here.
NOTE: MIS Honors starts only in the fall! It's a 2-semester program.
The next application window after this will be in Spring 2024 for the following academic year 2024-2025.