Information Technology Project
After an introduction to the appropriate skills and tools, students form groups, each of which works on a major IT project for the semester. Projects typically involve database design and implementation, programming, interface design, and writing and reporting, and individual group members will contribute as appropriate to these tasks. Students are encouraged to find and develop real projects with industry partners. The written project report is complemented with an oral presentation.
- Trimester 2 - 2016 (Singapore)
1. Plan, cost and evaluate a substantial information technology project;
2. Implement a substantial information technology project;
3. Apply their information technology knowledge and skills in a multi-disciplinary project;
4. Communicate proficiently with clients;
5. Understand the role of information technology projects in providing strategic advantage to organisations and their use in business venturing.
- Information technology project design
- Information technology project costing and accounting
- Information technology project management
- Information technology project implementation
- Information technology business venturing and entrepreneurship
- Professional practice and ethics
- Working in organisations
Students undertaking INFT3930 are strongly advised that they should do so only after successfully completing the following courses COMP1050, INFT1001, INFT1004, INFT2040 and INFT2009, or equivalents. This course requires proficiency in understanding and expressing complex concepts at tertiary level. High levels of academic English are required. Students who have not undertaken at least 40 units of 2000/3000 level courses on campus at The University of Newcastle at Callaghan, Ourimbah or Singapore are advised to consult with the Course Co-ordinator before enrolling.
Written Assignment: Written Project Proposal
Written Assignment: Written Bi-Weekly Reports
Report: Client Written Report
Project: Assignment - Project Management
Presentation: Final Group Presentation
Report: Final Written Report
Face to Face On Campus 6 hour(s) per Term
Lectures to be held weeks 1 to 3. Student Project presentations to be held during final weeks of term.
Face to Face On Campus 12 hour(s) per Term
Workshops to be held Weeks 2 to 11.