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Information Technology (Post-Baccalaureate Certificate)

Marymount’s post-baccalaureate certificate in Information Technology is designed for students who need to update or upgrade their expertise for today’s rapidly changing computer-networked environment.

This certificate focuses on the core skills needed for information technology jobs in business or government and covers such topics as

  • Web development
  • computer hardware and software
  • relational databases
  • computer security
  • project management

Courses are taught by Marymount faculty representing the disciplines of computer science and information technology.

Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree to be considered for admission.

Students who begin the certificate program in the fall semester can complete the program in one year, beginning in late August and finishing in late July.

Admission Requirements: In addition to meeting Universitywide requirements for post-baccalaureate certificate admission, the student must demonstrate knowledge of high school algebra. Students with insufficient mathematics preparation will be advised to take appropriate undergraduate courses to prepare for the certificate.

Certificate Requirements
21 credits

  • IT 125 Web Development
  • IT 205 Computer Technology
  • IT 225 Advanced Web Development
  • IT 305 Computer Networking
  • IT 310 Database Technology
  • IT 335 Corporate Cybersecurity or IT 120 Cybersecurity Principles
  • MSC 345 Project Management

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Contact Information

Information Technology Program

Marymount University
2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Questions? Call:
(800) 548-7638 or (703) 284-5901

E-mail: grad.admissions@marymount.edu

Faculty Spotlight

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                      Photo Of Cynthia L. Knott
Dr. Cynthia L. Knott
Associate Professor of Management Science

Dr. Knott teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in information systems, operations management, statistical analysis, and decision making.