This course is designed for students who would like to conduct a major independent project involving a substantial enterprise information system design that builds upon and applies elements of the ISE curriculum. The project includes requirements analysis, IT architecture design, network design, software integration, decision support applications, and deployment planning. Interim deliverables include presentations to the course advisors. Project proposals are required and a mentor will be assigned to the student. The objective is to deliver a novel and innovative approach to solve deficiencies in building, operating and securing Information systems that utilize emerging technologies and techniques. Prerequisite(s): Completion of eight courses in the ISE curriculum, including all ISE foundation courses. Course Note(s): Students may not receive graduate credit for both EN.635.795 and EN.635.802 Independent Study in Information Systems Engineering II.