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Cornell’s Samuel Curtis Johnson College of Business and the Department of Information Science in Computing and Information Science (CIS) team up for the Digital Technology Immersion program, pairing students from both schools to work collaboratively on projects for partnering companies like Google, Amazon, McKinsey, Commonbond, Procter & Gamble, IBM, Salesforce and more.
In this immersion, Information Science Master of Professional Studies (MPS) students are schooled in areas like leadership, project management, and entrepreneurship for scientists and engineers, may take electives offered by the Business school, and complete a project course (3 credits) in which they will be working on a project sponsored by an industry client. Taking this course fulfills students' MPS project requirement. The course features weekly meetings to discuss business and management aspects of technology and information science through a series of guest lecturers from the industry, and reserve time to work on projects. Students also have an opportunity to work with experts on corporate practices to enhance professional skills in areas such as public speaking, team conflict resolution, and more.
This year, spring 2023, The Digital Tech Immersion project (DTI) will focus on tech product management, and there will be room for about 15 students in the project course. If you are interested in enrolling in DTI, enter your details in this survey by November 6. Note that you won't be able to enroll yourself in NBA 6480 -- the Johnson Business School registrar manages the enrollment to this course.
If you have any questions, please contact Prof. Vidur Luthra email@example.com.
There is a Zoom recording of the DTI sessions that was held for all students to attend early this month. Feel free to email Prof. Vidur Luthra to set a zoom call if you have questions.
Students who wish to complete the Digital Tech Immersion for their MPS Project requirement, should enroll in NBA 6480, Digital Technology Practicum.
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In addition, choose 3 to 6 credits of NBA courses from our list of approved DTI electives. These electives may be taken during the fall or spring semesters.They do not need to be taken simultaneously during the spring semester when the DTI course is offered.
Note: 1.5 credit courses are offered over 7 weeks of the semester, in the first half or in the second half of the semester. Check the roster for the course schedule.
Note: Enrollment in courses is subject to seat availability. If a course is over-enrolled, usual waitlist procedures will apply.