Teaching an Enterprise Project as a Capstone Courseof the CIS/BIT Program

Teaching an Enterprise Project as a Capstone Courseof the CIS/BIT Program

Andrew Targowski (Western Michigan University, USA)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-349-4.ch007
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Abstract

This chapter introduces a concept of the capstone course of the CIS/BIT program at the Western Michigan University. The course is composed of lectures and ?ve projects, which are related to each other. The lectures provide knowledge that supports every project. The end-product of this course is prototyped software of an Enterprise Performance Manage-ment System, which is demonstrated by each team as an integrated software package. The course is divided in three following parts: Part I: Enterprise System De?nition (Classic Knowledge and Skills), Part II: Business Process Integration (Trend-oriented approach), Part III: Enterprise System Development (ERP Prototype-Demo Software). The author hopes that the presented capstone’s course concept facilitates the understanding of the business process-driven CIS/BIT program.

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