Computer Information Systems: Certificate
This 30-credit certificate program provides graduates with diverse computing knowledge to meet the computer and information system needs of organizations of all sizes. The program is designed to provide graduates with a solid foundation in computer systems and user support, network administration, and systems design.
Students pursuing a Certificate in Computer Information Systems must be admitted to the School of Business.
This program is available to students as a full-time or part-time study schedule and requires the completion of 30 credits.
|INFO 1111||Introduction to Computer Hardware and Software||3 credits|
|INFO 1112||Principles of Program Structure and Design I||3 credits|
|INFO 1113||System Analysis and Design||3 credits|
|INFO 1211||Operating System Principles and Applications||3 credits|
|INFO 1212||Networking Technologies I||3 credits|
|INFO 1213||Web Application Development||3 credits|
|INFO 1214||Discrete Mathematics for Information Technology||3 credits|
|BUQU 1230||Business Statistics||3 credits|
|PHIL 1150||Introduction to Formal Logic||3 credits|
And one of:
|CMNS 1110||Fundamentals of Business Communication||3 credits|
|CMNS 1140||Introduction to Professional Communication*||3 credits|
* Students choosing to take CMNS 1140 rather than CMNS 1110 may be required to undertake English upgrading.
Students enrolled in this program are expected to have their own laptop computers.
Upon successful completion of this program, students are eligible to receive a Certificate in Computer Information Systems.
At a Glance
School of Business
- Open intake
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