Management Information Systems
MIS Graduate Certificate
Shippensburg University offers working professionals the opportunity to strengthen their communication skills, develop and administrate effective information systems with a certificate in Management Information Systems (MIS). The MIS certificate is ideal for individuals who have an undergraduate degree and seek to upgrade their management and technical skills in order to enhance performance in technologically advancing world.
Acceptance into the MIS Certificate is open to individuals who have earned at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and have an interest in the information technology certificate. Our programs are designed to meet your needs with convenient locations and flexible program delivery. This program can be completed in one to two years, by taking one to two courses per semester, depending upon students’ schedule and availability.
Total Credits: 12
(see below for course details)
Earn a Master's Degree
The courses in the MIS certificate program can also count towards and serve as a pathway to three different Shippensburg University Master’s degrees – business administration, computer science, and organizational development and leadership.
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Flexible, Convenient Locations
Students may take the program at Shippensburg University or at the Dixon University Center in Harrisburg, PA. Videoconferencing technology is used to link the students and faculty member at these two locations in real time. One-half of each course is taught using this technology to broadcast instruction to the remote site, and to allow the faculty member and students to interact with each other face-to-face from multiple sites. The other half of each course is spent on web-based activities, providing student with flexibility and convenience in completing coursework.
Each class is limited to 25 students, allowing students to interact directly with their faculty member on a regular basis.
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