Integrated Application Development

Project

Please see the course syllabus for general project information.  The project will be a semester-long endeavor broken down into four stages, in addition to a final presentation.

Project Deliverable 1 is due at 11:59 pm on Monday 2/5.  Here are the instructions: MIS3502-Project-Document-1.pdf

Project Deliverable 2 is due at 11:59 pm on Monday 3/12.  Here are the instructions: MIS3502-Project-Document-2.pdf

Project Deliverable 3 is due at 11:59 pm on (UPDATED) Wednesday 4/4.  Here are the instructions:  MIS3502-Project-Document-3.pdf

Project Deliverable 4 is due at 11:59 pm on Monday 4/23.   Here are the instructions: MIS3502-Project-Document-4.pdf

Professional Achievement Points

Students in MIS3502 teams who consistently meet expectations and deliver an excellent project solution at the end of the semester will receive 50 professional achievement points each.  Students in MIS3502 teams who meet consistently meet expectations and deliver a satisfactory project solution at the end of the semester will receive 25 points each.  Teams who fail to make satisfactory progress throughout the semester, and/or who do not create a working final solution will receive 0 points.

The evaluation of student work (excellent, satisfactory, unsatisfactory) is done at the sole discretion of the instructor.  Here are some things that will be considered:

Excellent Provide all deliverables in a timely manner.
Work shows attention to detail and a thoughtful/original approach to the problem
Visually appealing interface
Final Prototype works
Satisfactory Provide all deliverables in a timely manner.
Work shows attention to detail.
Final Prototype works.
Unsatisfactory Deliverables are late and/or incomplete
Final Prototype does not work or has glaring errors/omissions.

Project Teams

Team Number Lastname Firstname
101 Boggi Maria
101 Lian Muyun
101 Sjostrom Nina
101 Soentgen Lauren
102 Henry Jacqueline
102 Hurst Terry
102 Kestecher Craig
102 Pham Chi
103 Alemi John
103 Antala Chandni
103 Durkee David
104 Henderson Courtlyn
104 Hymson Jake
104 Poeske Francis
104 Zhang Chicheng
105 Ascione Tyler
105 Cini Sarita
105 Kaye Tessa
105 Pham Ngoc
106 Fuchs Nikolaus
106 Loch Sam
106 Wadsworth Henry
106 Wu Raymond
107 Hummel Christopher
107 McCreesh Ryan
107 Santangelo Matthew
107 Tang Khuong
108 Konrad Kurtis
108 Lopez  Emilisa
108 Painter Samuel
108 Reyes Stephen
109 Chaudhary Ansh
109 Labess Samuel
109 Po Pengsam
109 Sall Fatimata

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