Topic outline

  • Course Information

    The Senior Project requires each group to develop (or research) a computer software/hardware system. The project duration is two semesters, starting in August and completing in May the following year. This web site is for the first semester of the Senior Project, called Project Development (ITS400 and CSS400).

    In Semester 1 you will complete the start-up phase of the project, including: forming a group, selecting a topic, learning the background information, gathering and documenting requirements, creating a mockup or prototype and starting the design. There are multiple deliverables and presentations throughout the semester.

    The Project Coordinator is Steven Gordon.

  • Topics

    Faculty members offer a range of topics. Students form a group and select their preferred topics. Groups are allocated a topic based on their (and others preferences) and their GPA.

  • Deliverables

    Several reports must be delivered throughout the semester. The deliverables and submission instructions are described below.

  • Presentations

    Students must present their proposal at the end of the semester. During the semester you will have opportunities to gain practice in presentation skills.

  • Seminars

    A weekly seminar class will be held, with attendance by all students required. Some sessions will involve faculty members presenting key topics to students, while others will allow students to practice their presentations.