The certificate program in Information Systems focuses on computer applications in a business environment with emphasis on the analysis of business information systems. The program is designed to prepare technically oriented students for positions as analysts or quality assurance experts. To prepare for the career field, students are provided with foundation courses in computer systems. Electives provide students with the flexibility to follow their interests in business and to acquire substantial knowledge and skills in information systems. Graduates may further increase their employability and general education by applying the coursework from this certificate program to the Associate in Applied Science degree in Management Information Systems.
Major Courses (30 credits)
Course: Credits: CIS105 Foundations of Computer Systems 3 CIS107 Computer Applications 3 CIS110 Fundamentals of Programming 3 CIS150 Telecommunications 3 CIS170 Systems Analysis & Design 3 CIS245 Network Administration I 3 CIS246 Network Administration II 3 CIS295 Database Management Systems 3 CIS296 Database Applications 3 CIS310 Management Information Systems 3
Other Requirements (6 credits)
Course: Credits: MAT150 Statistics I 3 BUS100 Management I 3