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Technology is changing in the global economy. Whether one is already in the IT field or in a business discipline, managers need to include sound management decisions as it pertains to the management of innovation through the use of Information Technology. It has become increasingly necessary for these managers to have a strong grasp of the information technology inherent to any enterprise. Information Technology knowledge is a driving force in any successful enterprise in today’s economy.
The Professional Certificate in Managing Innovation in Information Technology (15 credits) serves to strengthen managers with the tools necessary to make the decisions necessary to drive sound technology solutions required to enhance the outcomes for any business endeavor. The certificate is designed to provide a management based set of skills necessary to drive the decision-making process necessary for the effective implementation of technology solutions necessary for the enterprise's competitive success in the rapidly changing environment of Information Technology.
This certificate is a perfect option for you if:
|MIT 500||Foundations of IT Management||3|
|MIT 540||Managing Innovation through Information Technology||3|
|Management Focus: Choose One:|
|MIT 505||Project Management||3|
|MIT 525||Financial Decision Making for Management||3|
|Additional IT Specific Courses: Choose Two:|
|MIT 510||Convergence of Telecomm and Business||3|
|MIT 515||Managing Enterprise Data||3|
|MIT 520||Legal and Ethical Issues in Technology||3|
|MIT 530||IT Security and Strategy||3|
|MIT 535||Enterprise IT Systems||3|
Cost of Program
Estimated Books and Supplies $630
Length of Program
Intended Time to Completion: 12 months**
Jobs related to this program as determined by the US Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration
*Based on 2013-14 tuition of $769 per credit hour; this rate is subject to change, as tuition increases
**Calculated by assuming student takes one, 3-credit course for each 8-week term. It is expected that students who opt out of enrolling in consecutive terms will take longer to complete the program.