Information Systems Certificate Program
This accredited certificate program is designed to provide hands-on practical training in the use and application of information technologies. Personal computers, local and wide area networks, software programs, e-mail and multimedia are tools used to manage information and communication. This program will assist managers, who are confronted with the challenge of processing information quickly and effectively, in staying competitive. Participants learn how to analyze business needs and apply technologies to increase productivity and efficiency. Additionally, the Information Systems Certificate Program offers accredited business certificates that will prepare college graduates for career opportunities in the specialized fields of database management systems, networking and security, and web development. This advanced certificate can be earned for careers in systems analysis and design and information resource management.
There are three levels of information systems certificates: the associate level requires two courses, the intermediate level requires four or five courses, and the advanced level requires six courses. The plans of study are described below.
How to Apply: To apply to this program submit a completed Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program Application with the application fee.
Credit Certificate Program Requirements
The Information Systems Certificate Program requires successful completion of a minimum of 18-19 credits. Please visit our bulletin for more information.