Certificate in Systems Technology and Information Management
(18 hours – excluding prerequisites)
This program will provide an opportunity for students to explore the critical relationship of information technology to organizational strategy, resources, and effectiveness. Special emphasis is given to business application development through the study of information technology trends along with the design, implementation, assessment, and management of information systems projects.
Study database design, administration, integrity, security, and implementation. Understand the importance of information technology for business management through in-depth case studies. Learn how IT is used to create a competitive advantage or solve a business problem. Class projects involving the complete development life cycle are designed to provide experience in all IS functions and business activities.
REQUIRED COURSES (excluding prerequisites)
STIM 2311 - Enhancing Software User Interfaces
STIM 3301 - Information Systems for Management
STIM 3306 - Networks and Data Communications
STIM 3310 - Information Systems Analysis and Design (S-L)
STIM 3320 - Web Page Design
STIM 4300 - IT Cybersecurity
*Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.
(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
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