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Business Intelligence & Technology Undergraduate Certificates
IT professionals are in high demand in the marketplace. Developing specific IT skills can differentiate job candidates and make applicants stand out against the competition. While business majors may find a natural partnership of their major with a BIT certificate (Accounting with a Data Analytics certificate, for example), other non-business majors will also find a great pairing that will open doors to career paths. For instance, a Communication Studies major can benefit from a Programming certificate if they want to develop content for websites, or Criminal Justice majors will find a natural addition of the Cyber Security certificate if they are interested in fighting cybercrime.
Help protect individuals, companies, and/or organizations from cybercrime by developing an understanding of how cybercrime is perpetuated, designing practical systems to detect and prevent it, and implementing solutions that keep important information secure.
More information about the Cyber Security Certificate courses and requirements can be found in the Academic Catalog.Learn More About the Cyber Security Certificate
Data analytics is the science of interpreting vast amounts of complex data to make sound decisions. The data analytics concentration focuses on developing and applying data analytics skills and tools. Students will integrate business concepts as well as key methods and tools for analysis in order to solve challenging problems.
More information about the Data Analytics Certificate courses and requirements can be found in the Academic Catalog.Learn More About the Data Analytics Certificate
When the internet is down, some people immediately consider what could be wrong. Is it a power issue? A router? Something else? Network administration is a high-growth field with a demand for problem solvers that can analyze, design, and implement solutions to make sure that everyone can access what they need and prevent access from those that don’t.
More information about the Network Administration Certificate courses and requirements can be found in the Academic Catalog.Learn More About the Network Administration Certificate
Software development is the process of conceiving, specifying, designing, programming, documenting, testing, and bug-fixing involved in creating and maintaining applications, frameworks, or other software components. The software development concentration focuses on learning and applying programming languages and best practices in software development for today’s evolving workplace.
More information about the Software Development Certificate courses and requirements can be found in the Academic Catalog.Learn More About the Software Development Certificate