Illinois Institute of Technology’s Department of Information Technology and Management offers graduate certificate programs that are available to domestic and international students who have earned an undergraduate/bachelor's degree from an accredited university. It is helpful, but not required, that your undergraduate degree is in information technology or a computer related field.
A certificate in Information Technology and Management entails successful completion of 12 hours (4 courses) of graduate level coursework in a specific area of study. Certificate programs offer you an opportunity to increase your knowledge and skills with less coursework than a graduate/master's degree.
All courses may be later applied toward the Master of Information Technology and Management degree or the Master of Cyber Forensics and Security degree for those who apply and are accepted to the degree program.
IIT also offers non-credit certificate programs. These non-credit certificate programs cannot be applied to a future master degree, but will enhance your knowledge.
10 Career-Focused Graduate Certificates:
Advanced Software Development
Cyber Security Management
Cyber Security Technologies
Data Center Operations and Management
Data Management and Analytics
Digital Voice and Data Communication Technologies
Information Technology Innovation, Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Web Design and Application Development
ITM is available full-time or part-time for domestic and international students with live, in classroom and online courses. Some certificate and graduate specializations in Information Technology and Management may be completed entirely online.
The certificate programs in Information Technology and Management requires the successful completion of 12 credit hours (4 courses).
The ITM Certificate Program is available to domestic and international students:
Domestic students are those who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents. This includes U.S. nationals living overseas in military or diplomatic zones.
International students are those who are neither U.S. citizens nor U.S. permanent residents, regardless of where they are currently living or attending school. This means that U.S. citizens living abroad or in military or diplomatic zones are not considered international students. Foreign nationals attending school in the United States are considered international students.