Undergraduate ITM Program

Each semester, students enrolled in Information Technology Management 434 work in teams and take on a project for a local organization. They are involved in analyzing business problems and determining technology solutions for their clients. In the past students have worked for the St Anne Institute, Family and Children Services, Albany Symphony, and Price Chopper. For example, while working for the St. Anne Institute, a not for profit organization that aims to improve the emotional well-being of children and families across the state, they created a database to track student information and ensured it was secure and password protected. The student team also designed a database to store exit interview data, thus making St Anne's user interface easy to use and efficient at the same time. From 2009-2011, ITM434 students completed a range of successful projects with Price Chopper Headquarters.

Contact: Shobha Chengalur-Smith, Department Chair

Jakov Crnkovic, Undergraduate ITM Projects Coordinator


Phone: (518) 442-4028
Email: Shobha@albany.edu
School, college, division or unit: School of Business
Department or subunit: Department of Information Technology Management