The graduate certificate in “Enterprise Information Systems” is designed to familiarize individuals from other backgrounds than IT with the application of business IT solutions and the skills to begin or enhance a career in IT. The students can pursue a wide range of positions and career opportunities after completion, including:
- Systems Analyst
- Business Analyst
- Technical Analyst
- Database Architect
- IT Manager
- Quality Assurance Analyst
This certificate is available to individuals who have a 4-year bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA and a basic knowledge of Information Systems provided by San Francisco State’s ISYS 363 or BUS 782 course (or equivalent). Interested persons need to complete and submit an online application.
To be admitted to the certificate, students must have completed a baccalaureate degree and be admitted as a graduate student at the university. All coursework required for the certificate must be completed with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and only courses completed with grades of C or better may be included to meet the certificate requirements.
The certificate is also available to the current MBA/MSBA/MSA students who has completed the required courses. To receive the certificate may apply online and pay the certificate approved program fee (this may be done online) and submit the completed certificate application form to Christopher Kingston by email at email@example.com.
Applicants interested in applying to the Certificate program should contact the Graduate Business Programs Office, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-817-4300. Non-matriculated students will be taking the courses through the College of Extended Learning.
Required Courses *
- ISYS 814 Information Systems for Strategic Advantage (3 units)
- ISYS 856 Enterprise Mobile Applications (3 units)
- ISYS 869 Seminar in Business Process Management (3 units)
* Students must demonstrate writing competency at the graduate level. This requirement will be achieved through individual and group writing projects in the courses. Individual writing assignments will be based on business case analyses from established publishers such as Harvard Business Press and Ivey Business Press. Group writing projects will require collaboration among team members.