Information Systems Management Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

The graduate certificate in information systems management covers the study, design,
development, implementation and support of computer-based information systems. The
certificate is valuable preparation for students seeking career advancement in the
high-tech work environment or preparing to enter the high-tech workforce. 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. However, the program may also interest you if:

  • You do not have a bachelor’s degree in information technology but currently work in
    the IT field and seek additional academic background for professional growth.
  • You have a bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than IT and want to prepare yourself
    for careers in this field.

The certificate course of study can be completed as a stand-alone graduate certificate.
Credits also may be applied toward the M.S. degree program in applied information
technology.  For additional information, contact the program director.

Certificate Requirements

Application deadlines and admission requirements for the certificate are the same as those for the Applied Information Technology
master’s program. View
certificate requirements and course descriptions in the Graduate Catalog. View more detailed information about specific courses below:

AIT 600         Information Technology Infrastructure 
AIT 610         Systems Development Process 
AIT 628         Information Technology and Business Strategy 
AIT 630         Information Technology Project Management 
AIT 730         Case Studies in Information Systems 

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