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Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Information Engineering Technology

The curriculum for the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Engineering in Information Technology is a practice-oriented professional program, meant to extend students’ undergraduate education.

The program will provide high-quality and affordable education to engineers who want to master their knowledge in networks used for critical data entry, transfer, retrieval, and management of information systems. Coursework in the program is practice-oriented and prepares students to work as leaders in a variety of computer-intensive environments, such as technical organizations, small or large businesses, product design or manufacturing companies, and data-directed services. Coursework in the program consists of gateway courses towards pursuit of a master’s program in the field.

Completion of this program should result in the following student outcomes:

  1. Graduates will have gained the theoretical and hands-on experience needed to pursue a Master’s Program in the field.
  2. Graduates will encompass a deeper understanding of management solutions for professionals in information systems and information technology.
  3. Graduates will excel in highly technical leadership roles.

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