The Management Information Systems Graduate Certificate Program provides focused coursework to gain knowledge of business and technology skills in a relatively short duration to facilitate entry into, as well as career progression within, the field of Management Information Systems.
The Graduate Certificate in Management Information Systems consists of 12 hours of course work:
Two courses from the following technical courses (6 hours):
- MGMT 7303Â Systems Development and Database Design OR MGMT 5350Â Database Management Systems
- MGMT 7304Â Integrated Business Applications for Decision Making
- MGMT 7305Â Advanced Database Management Systems
- MGMT 7307Â Systems Analysis and Design Methods
- MGMT 5310Â Network Technologies
Two courses from the following managerial courses (6 hours):
- MGMT 7308Â Advanced Business Communication
- MGMT 7310Â Management of Human Capital OR MGMT 7313Â Commercializing Innovations
- MGMT 7312Â Team Development
- MGMT 7350 Information Systems Management OR MGMT 7101Â Developing Leadership Skills I AND MGMT 7250 Strategic Management of Information Systems and Technology
- MGMT 7352Â Emerging Technologies and Strategic Issues
Have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education with a GPA of at least 2.8 (4.0 scale), a 3.0 in the last 60 hours, or a 3.2 in the last 30 hours. The GMAT exam is not required.
Graduate Certificate courses can be directly applied to the Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems. Certificate program code: MGIS-GC.
For more information about the graduate certificate program, contact Sung-Kwan Kim, associate professor, Department of Management, 501.569.8859, firstname.lastname@example.org.