The doctoral certificate in Information Technology (ITM) prepares students with the knowledge and acumen required to attain roles as senior directors and executives, leading functional information technology systems and business-related technology divisions and/or units. The ITM curriculum is designed to enable business and technology administrators to lead and manage enterprise-wide IT projects and to solve complex business and IT problems. Emphasis is placed on projects that ensure digital assets security as well as on developing the expertise to implement a governance and management enterprise IT infrastructure.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Create strategic plans that implement information technology requirements and specifications of complex technology systems.
- Evaluate computer systems and improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness by incorporating value computing methodologies.
- Analyze, design, develop, and maintain information technology infrastructure to allow for the implementation of strategic initiatives that incorporate emerging technologies
- Compare and contrast various methodologies of computer systems design for the purpose of creating efficacy in computer-related business functions.
- Conduct in-depth research, independently or within the enterprise in a broad range of information technology.
Course Requirements (13 Credit Hours)
|TECH 820 Business Intelligence & Information Systems||3 credit hours|
|TECH 821 Management Information Systems & Advanced IT||3 credit hours|
|TECH 831 Security in Software Design & Development||3 credit hours|
|TECH 823 Governance of Enterprise IT||3 credit hours|
|INT 701 Doctoral Internship||1 credit hours|