I 379C Capstone
Additional hours to be arranged.
This course carries the Independent Inquiry flag
Courses carrying this flag challenge students to integrate skills and knowledge they have acquired over the course of their undergraduate careers. Students use these skills and expertise to create something new and contribute meaningfully to their discipline.
The capstone course is a required one-semester course for all undergraduate students completing the BSI/BA in Informatics degree. The goal of this course is for students to apply the knowledge and skills gained throughout their undergraduate years in a supervised project that addresses an informatics-related problem. Topics for the project will leverage the insights that students have gained by completing one of the UT iSchool’s Informatics concentrations (i.e., Human-Centered Data Science, User Experience Design, Social Justice Informatics, Health Informatics, Cultural Heritage Informatics, and Social Informatics).
Upper-division standing and a minimum of 105 hours of coursework.
Restricted to Informatics majors expecting to graduate in Spring 2023.