INF3910Y Workplace Placement Project

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The course comprises a student’s 8 month work placement project in their current place of employment in the area of information systems and design and the completion of a number of deliverables throughout that workplace project. Students will complete a medium-scale independent information systems design project under the supervision of their workplace and Faculty of Information culminating in a written report, demonstration, and/or oral presentation.

Workplace-integrated-learning is the umbrella term used to describe educational experiences that combine periods of in-class study with actual workplace experiences. Examples of workplace-integrated learning include internships, practicums, and co-operative education.

Pre-requisite: 
Student must have completed all core and required courses in the ISD concentration
Exclusion: 
INF2173H: Information Professional Practicum
Note: 
Only available to students in the Executive ISD-MI option concentration.