This research/case course can be handled in different ways at the faculty adviser’s discretion. The course may involve a series of cases that are dissected and analyzed, or it may involve teaming students with industry personnel for proprietary or non-proprietary research projects. Generally, the student works under faculty supervision, but the course is intended to be largely self-directed within the guidelines established by the supervising faculty member. Master’s degree candidates must submit an unbound copy of their report to adviser/s one week before the last day of classes.
Prerequisite: degree status.