At the Information Systems Research Institute, students have the chance to work on real IT projects for organizations.
ISRI, part of the information systems department, also provides opportunities for sponsored research, innovative teaching initiatives, internships and faculty development.
At ISRI, teams of faculty and faculty-supervised students help companies solve specific problems through real IT projects. These projects give students real-time, hands-on experience as they prepare for careers.
Companies can tap into our expertise in cybersecurity, data analytics, data mining, systems analysis and design, and agile development.
Whether you lack manpower or simply want additional expertise, ISRI can help. Contact Albert "Jim" Wynne at email@example.com to learn how we can help solve your business needs in a timely, cost-effective manner.
ISRI offers three dual-enrollment courses in conjunction with the Maggie L. Walker Governor's School. Courses introduce high school students to current or emerging web languages, e-business software development environments, web application servers and other packages used in creating and running web applications.
Students can earn up to 9 credit hours for the courses, and most are able to transfer the credits and, once in college, enroll in intermediate or advanced programming courses.
INFO 291: Project in IS. This second-semester course requires either EBUS 202 or INFO 250 as a prerequisite. Students learn other programming languages such as Python, Node.js, Julia, Java, Ruby, C++ or C# for their projects. As first-year students are learning and developing in plain HTML and CSS, second-year students work with a CSS/HTML framework to make mobile-friendly, responsive websites.