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Information Technology (Graduate Certificate)

This program offers current perspectives on the major issues facing information technology professionals. It is designed for students who work in other areas, such as business, where there is a need to work with IT in order to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of organizational processes.

Admission Requirements: In addition to Universitywide requirements for graduate certificate admission, the applicant should hold a bachelor’s degree and show significant coursework or experience in Information Technology or Computer Science.

Certificate Requirements
18 credits
Courses are listed in recommended sequence of enrollment.
  • IT 503 Managing Information Technology
  • IT 510 Requirements Analysis
  • IT 515 Decision Making for IT
  • IT 520 Enterprise Infrastructure and Networks
  • IT 530 Computer Security
  • IT 540 Enterprise Data Management and Analysis