The Graduate Certificate in Information Systems is designed for professionals with minimal or no software development experience who have expertise in a functional area, such as accounting, finance, education, management, retail, law, manufacturing, medicine, agriculture or government. This certificate meets the demands of a growing audience of software users who require education in the appropriate use of computer software and software development.
Upon satisfactory completion of the required six courses with an average GPA of 2.7 or better, the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems will be awarded. Satisfactory completion of the certificate provides an opportunity for the student to continue in the Master of Science program; however, master's students cannot transfer into the certificate program.
Required Courses [3 courses]:
Electives [choose 3]
View SEIS Course Catalog.
NOTE: Students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems will learn how to program in a high-level language as a part of the curriculum. However, prior programming experience is not an entrance requirement.