Information Systems Management Certificate
Program Director: Cheryl Brown
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Information Systems Management covers the study, design, development, implementation and support of computer-based information systems. This program provides graduate-level education in IT for students preparing to enter the high-tech work force and those already in the work force who wish to update and enhance their skills. The course of study can be completed as a stand-alone graduate certificate or applied to the M.S. program in Applied Information Technology. This program is intended for students who have a bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science, computer information systems or a related field, who will enter the program for advanced studies.
The program may also be of interest to persons who:
- Do not have a bachelor’s degree in the field, but are currently employed in the IT field and are seeking additional academic studies for professional growth or to advance their careers.
- Have a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than IT who are seeking preparation for careers in this field.
Admission requirements for the post-baccalaureate certificate program are the same as those listed for the M.S. in Applied Information Technology.
Non-immigrant International Students
Program Enrollment: F-1 and J-1 students are required to be enrolled full-time. The majority of their classes must be in-person and on campus. See the list of programs that satisfy these requirements, and contact the International Student and Scholars Office with questions.
Admission Procedures: See additional information regarding Graduate Admission policies and International Graduate Application online.
**See Exceptions to Policy in Graduate Admissions.
|AIT 600||INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE||3|
|AIT 610||SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS||3|
|AIT 628||INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS STRATEGY||3|
|AIT 630||INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT MANAGEMENT||3|
|AIT 730||CASE STUDIES IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS||3|
- Understand the information technology infrastructure and its place and value in today’s business.
- Work effectively in teams and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Use their proficiency to solve a variety of problems.
- Prepare, present and develop proposals and solutions for today’s governmental and industrial needs.