Management Information Systems Undergraduate Certificate
Learn to identify, design and create innovative technology solutions for business problems with the Management Information Systems Undergraduate Certificate in Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
In this nine-credit certificate program, you’ll learn the ways in which information technology (IT) improves business processes, from accounting services to human resources systems. The program allows you to become a knowledgeable user of IT, introducing you to areas like
- data analysis,
- digital design, and
- software and hardware development.
Not only will you learn valuable, translatable skills, but having a management information systems certificate will also differentiate your résumé in a competitive professional industry.
The program is available to Temple undergraduate business and non-business students. Interested students should discuss with their advisors how the courses in the certificate program will fit into their overall degree plan. Additional options for those interested in supplementing their baccalaureate curriculum with IT coursework include the Management Information Systems and Information Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship minors. Learn more about these opportunities.
Classes & Curriculum
To complete the nine-credit certificate program, students must complete the two required courses below.
- Data Analytics
- Information Systems in Organizations
Students then select an elective course from the following options.
- Data-Centric Application Development
- Digital Design and Innovation
- Strategic Management of Information Technology
- Internet Enabled Supply Chains
Courses cannot be used to meet certificate requirements if already used to meet the requirements for a major or a different minor or certificate.