Want to add technology skills to your resume? Whether you are a current student at Colorado Women's College or already have a bachelor's degree, the Information Technology Studies Certificate will provide you with a credential that attests to your having finished a complete course of study in computing, from computing fundamentals to programming to systems design and implementation. Additionally, the certificate is available to students who have previously earned a baccalaureate degree in another field and wish to add a technology credential to their portfolios.
Students can elect to concentrate in the following areas:
Web Design & Development: where students gain an understanding of usability, and all the tools and techniques available to develop effective web sites
Business Analysis for IT Projects: business analysis is the set of tools, techniques and knowledge to identify business needs and recommend IT solutions. It is focused on the "what" of an IT project – what do the stakeholders need? What should we build? The classes are based on the core competencies identified by the International Institute of Business Analysis.
IT Project Development: this is for those students who want to experience an IT project from inception as an idea, through to implementation. Based on a need from a real client, students, working as teams, will design and develop an IT solution. Students will define the scope, develop a project plan, assign roles and responsibilities, create a risk management plan and track progress for their project. IT experience and an interview with the program director is required for this certificate
For more information about these certificates, contact Laura.Robinson@du.edu