Graduate Enterprise Systems Certificate
The graduate Enterprise Systems certificate provides certification for individuals with a bachelor’s degree interested in advancing their knowledge of enterprise systems and technology. Market drivers for the Graduate Enterprise Systems certificate program include employment trends and demographics as well as partner requests from national, international and regional employers and academic institutions, and from the Le Moyne College Information Systems Advisory Board.
|Five graduate courses (15 credits) are required for successful completion of the graduate Enterprise Systems certificate:|
|MIS 701||Database Management Systems||3|
|MIS 717||Managing the Technological Enterprise||3|
|MIS 707||Risk Mgmt in Large Scale Systems||3|
|or MIS 712||Financial Telecommunications and Cybersecurity|
|MIS 711||Managing Systems Projects||3|
|And choose one of the following:||3|
|Accounting Information Systems|
|Health Information Systems|
|Distributed Enterprise Systems|
|Information Systems Internship|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
An introductory graduate MIS course, MIS 501, is a prerequisite for each of the courses above. In addition, MIS 716 and MIS 740 require an introductory graduate statistics class, STA 501.