Information and Communication Technology Strategy and Innovation Certificate

This graduate-level certificate in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Strategy and Innovation addresses the needs of experienced information systems professionals who have already completed, or are near completing, master’s degree-level education and who wish to acquire industry insight into how firms leverage their information technology assets to gain a competitive advantage in their respective markets. This program is offered using both the traditional in-class learning format, as well as a multimedia-enhanced online learning format, and builds on the concepts learned in the MS in Information Systems program offered through the Seidenberg School. It is anticipated that the majority of students interested in this certificate will be MS in Information Systems graduates.

Certificate Requirements

Course Requirements
IS 620Information Systems and Organizational Strategy3
IS 637Information Systems Project and Change Management3
IS 639Information Systems Planning and Policy3
IS 650Telecommunications Management3
IS 652Telecommunications Policy and Environment3
IS 626Cases in Information and Communication Technology Innovation3
Total Credits18

Students interested in pursuing this program should be currently enrolled in, or have completed an MS in Information Systems. All students beginning the certificate course sequence while matriculating in the MS in Information Systems program may apply up to 12 credits of those courses towards the elective requirement for the degree.

Gainful Employment Disclosure for students in an approved non-degree certificate program.