About the Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Information Systems Management is a 12 hour (4 3-hour courses) non-degree seeking program that offers an opportunity to grow professionally. This program allows students to select four courses to fit their needs. Concentrations can be formed to strengthen skills in database development and administration, security and information assurance, systems analysis and design, business analysis, and many more. Up to six hours taken in the certificate program may be transferred into the MSIS program if desired.
Like our online MSIS degree option, the courses are recorded on campus and available for viewing at your convenience as soon as two hours following the conclusion of class on campus. You can stay at home and continue to work while earning graduate credit, or you may attend classes on campus.
Current Auburn graduate students may substitute one three hour course from their current degree program for one of the four required courses at the discretion of the Graduate Programs officer. Please note that BUAL 6650/6 cannot be substituted as it is a prerequisite for BUAL 6660/6.
For more information about the certificate program, contact Dr. Dianne Hall, Graduate Programs Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.