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Information Technology (IT) Projects is a graduate course in the NYU Computer Science Department. This course teaches students how to apply their technical skills in a practical team-oriented context to build real world IT solutions for businesses, government agencies, or non-profit organizations.

For more information see NYU Information Technology Projects, and Course Description and Syllabus.

For more information see the Course Overview

General Information

Title: Information Technology Projects
Code: G22.3812-001
Semester: Fall, 2008
Location: WWH - Room 317, Thurdays, 5:00-8:00pm
Instructor: Jean-Claude Franchitti
TA: N/A
Office Hours: WWH - Room 309, Thursday, 8:00-9:00pm
Misc: Capstone course for the NYU Master of Science in Information Systems
Mailing List: Web Page for Course Mailing List
Calendar: Academic Calendar
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