Information Technology Undergraduate Certificate

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Raise your computer literacy

Use, fix and improve IT systems and computers. Be proficient in areas like hardware/software, operating systems, programming and more.

Gain the skills and knowledge that will make you capable in the IT field.

Why earn your information technology undergraduate certificate?

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Meet a growing demand

Gain the skills for a rising job market. IT jobs are projected to grow over 10 percent in the next eight years, much faster than national average. (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics).

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Gain a quick edge for your career

You can complete this 12-hour certificate with just four courses. You’ll explore topics like applications, operating systems, programming and more.

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Accreditation means quality

Only the top business schools in the world earn AACSB accreditation. We have it.

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Earn your certificate in 12 credit hours

Take ITC 201(3), ITC 235(3), ITC 260(3), ITC 295(3). Other requirements and prerequisites may apply.