Boost your understanding of computers, networks and technology with a Certificate in Information Systems. This certificate is a joint program between the Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering and the School of Information Science and Learning Technology.
What is it?
The undergraduate Certificate in Information Systems is a 12 credit-hour stand-alone certificate. It consists of 9 hours of core requirements and one 3-hour elective. The certificate provides students with an academic overview of information systems practices currently utilized by employers around the globe.
Why pursue it?
This certificate is a good choice for professionals seeking to enter or advance within the information technology field, or to provide a unique opportunity to develop skills important to your career. Students will be ready for entry-level opportunities that give you an edge in a technology-fueled workplace. The certificate allows those working in IT to keep their skills up-to-date, or for those with limited experience to meet professional requirements.
Requirements: 12 completed hours (9 required, 3 elective)
Current Mizzou students should speak to their advisor about adding the certificate.
Non-Mizzou students can apply for the certificate here.