Theories, conceptual issues, empirical papers, and research approaches pertaining to Information Systems (IS) research and its application. Topics vary, but examples are IS-enabled value creation, economics of IS, design science, inter-organizational level IS research, group level IS research, critical and qualitative approaches to IS, and addressing the research needs of practice.

Semester Course Offered

Offered spring semester every even-numbered year.

Grading System

A-F (Traditional)


MIST 9700

Athena Title


Syllabi MIST 9760
Credit Hours 3.0