CIM 670 — Case Analysis Capstone
Communications and Information Management
At the end of the program, students synthesize what the CIM program is about from a management and leadership perspective and refine strategies for applying the degree in a range of contexts. They use the theory and practice learned throughout the program, applying these to their current work or to their aspired field of work. The means for achieving the course outcomes includes students analyzing, summarizing, and synthesizing cases relevant to communication and information problem solving in professional and business settings, and demonstrating their competence in communications, information management, and business as managers and leaders. The course requires a major project relevant to students' experience and/or current work situation and a final essay with a portfolio in which students reflect upon the goals of the program and their personal goals, demonstrate how they met these goals, and what work supports their arguments
Requirements and Prerequisites
Prerequisite: Completion of 10 graduate courses including all CIM core required courses.