Business and Information Systems Implementation
Changes in information technology have been substantial in recent years; such as, analysis, design and programming have become "object-oriented" and information systems are impacted by concerns for privacy, ethics, intellectual property, and compliance issues.
Who would be suited to take this program?
This certificate is designed for systems analysts, systems consultants, project managers, and development team leaders. Besides learning about IS topics such as databases, application development tools, web design, software use and evaluation, management information, and decision support systems, students will learn such business topics as accounting, finance, financial products, business operations, and marketing.
What are the Required Courses?
|Core Courses (3)||9|
|Web Systems Development|
|System Analysis and Design|
|Business Process Innovation|
|Electives: Select (1) of the following:||3|
|Enterprise Database Management|
|User Experience Design|
|Information System Principles|
or MIS 645
|Information Systems Principles|
|IT Service Management|
What will I learn?
In this program you'll learn:
- Basic Java constructs and syntax, as well as core advanced features
- The role of information systems in organizations, with a focus on management information systems
- And more in two elective courses
Why study Business and Information Systems Implementation at NJIT?
This certificate provides an update on current information technologies and practices. The focus is on a broad view of the delivery of data content and applications in an organization and the identification of trends that will have a major impact on future business results.
It's possible to earn the certificate entirely through online course, so you can more easily fit it into your busy life. And whether you take courses online or on campus, you'll learn from NJIT's distinguished professors and instructors of the Department of Computer Science.
NJIT's standard admission requirements apply to this graduate certificate. In addition, non-elective courses within the program require:
- Advanced web-based programming skills
- An understanding of object-oriented programming concepts such as encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism
- Experience with C++
- Knowledge of a higher-level programming language and a computer system
Check the course descriptions for full details.
Note: Students lacking background relevant to NJIT’s IS 513, IS 531 or IS 565 courses may need to take a placement exam, or take undergraduate bridge courses at NJIT or elsewhere. Please, contact the IS department for details. More information is found here.
Related Degree Programs
All track 1 credits may be applied toward the NJIT MS in Information Systems or MS in Business and Information Systems.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
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