ITMG 440 Final Project


Suitable Applications
Important Note


In this final project, you are required to develop a web based application that allows a user to interact with your site and perform transactions with a database back-end component. You have complete creative freedom in selecting your area of application. 

Each person will be required to present their project to the rest of the class at the end of the semester.

Before you invest a lot of work in developing the application, please get your application area and your plan of action approved by me to avoid later confusions and consternation.

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Suitable Applications

Suitable applications include, but are not limited to:

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Irrespective of the area of application that you decide on, the system should fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Must have a database back end. You may use MS Access, MS SQL Server, ..
  2. Must perform multiple read and write operations on the database through SQL Statements including Select, Update, Delete and Insert operations.
  3. Must be designed appropriately for client and server side scripting.
  4. Must use appropriate HTML and ASP elements (buttons, select boxes, text boxes, etc.) for user interaction.
  5. Must use session variables and cookies for tracking of people through the website.

The above requirements will be used to grade your final output. In addition each person will be required to submit a 7-10 page report outlining the information systems plan, end user considerations and ease of use factors as discussed in class.

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Starting Point

As a starting point, since every system will have users, your system should allow an existing user to login to the system and update their profile information; and for a new user to register by entering in the required information.



  1. Everyone must present their final project to the class.
  2. Their must also be an accompanying 7-10 page report that will be evaluated.
  3. Your project will be reviewed by myself and a group of outside evaluators. This will count for 250 points total, the evaluation criteria will be based on functionality, ease of use, innovativeness, and perception of effort.
  4. The instructor reserves the right to make modifications to requirements based upon coverage of concepts.

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