The Graduate Certificate in Information Systems with a Software Engineering specialization from Strayer University is designed to present students a broad range of topics across the technology spectrum coupled with the skills that promote technology leadership and technology-inspired organizational change management.
The Graduate Certificate in Information System emphasizes the application of technology to organizational requirements while fostering communications skills, information literacy, abstract thinking and critical analysis. This program is consistent with the technologies, controls and security practices used and supported by numerous organizations. In order to affirm program currency and relevance the curriculum was designed and aligned with expert guidance along with peer-reviewed curricular body recommendations. Students are expected to demonstrate computer, analytical, leadership and critical-thinking skills.
Students who have not earned degrees from appropriate fields of study may be required to take additional coursework as a prerequisite for completing the program.
The School of Information Systems and Technology uses virtual labs such as MOAC Labs, EC-Council-ILabs, and Toolwire, providing a live, networked environment, with anytime-anywhere access.
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