Course Summary for Information Technology Certificate

Program Requirements and Coursework

The Information Technology certificate is a 9 credit hour graduate certificate. A graduate certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of the program.

  • INFS 601 Information Systems 3 cr. hrs.

AND any two of the following courses below

  • INFS 724 Project and Change Management 3 cr. hrs.
  • INFS 730 Web Application Development 3 cr. hrs.
  • INFS 750 IT Infrastructure, Technology and Network Management 3 cr. hrs.
  • INFS 760 Enterprise Modeling, and Data Management 3 cr. hrs.

Course Summary

CourseCourse NameCredits
INFS 601 Information Systems 3
And any two of the following below
INFS 724 Project and Change Management 3
INFS 730 Web Application Development 3
INFS 750 IT Infrastructure, Technology and Network Management 3
INFS 760 Enterprise Modeling, and Data Management 3

 

INFS 601 Information Systems

Credits

3 Credit Hours

Description

Systems theory, quality, decision making, and the organizational role of information systems are introduced. Information technology including computing hardware, software and telecommunications systems are integrated into the alignment with the Enterprise's Strategy and Key Business Processes.

INFS 724: Project and Change Management

Credits

3 Credit Hours

Description

A study of the principles and techniques used in managing information systems and organizational change projects. Project management software will be used in this course.

INFS 730: Web Application Development

Credits

3 Credit Hours

Description

An introduction to client and server side web programming. Client-side topics include HTML compliance and server-side code will be utilized to create dynamic web sites. There is a substantial programming component in the course.

Prerequisite:

INFS 605 or equivalent.

INFS 750: IT Infrastructure, Technology and Network Management

Credits

3 Credit Hours

Description

A study of IT Infrastructure, systems, and networks according to the OSI model. Special consideration is given to Internet, Intranet, local and wide area network design, technical requirements, operation, and management.

Prerequisite:

INFS 601 or equivalent.

INFS 760: Enterprise Modeling, and Data Management

Credits

3 Credit Hours

Description

A study of the principles and techniques used in Enterprise Modeling, and Data Management. Topics include the architecture and techniques in designing and implementing enterprise models, database design and implementation technologies.

Prerequisite:

INFS 601 or equivalent.

 

 
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