Director: Joseph Martinelli, Ed.D.
Preparing for Your Future
From online education to augmented reality, information technologies are creating exciting and far-reaching changes in our lives. How will you respond to the opportunities and dilemmas they present today and in the future?
A Certificate in Information Technologies will help you establish a base of knowledge that will enable you to live and work effectively in today’s knowledge-oriented society.
In this program, you will discover the basic concepts behind a wide range of information technologies and the powerful impact they have on our lives. You will become actively involved in the intelligent utilization of a variety of information systems and digital resources to improve productivity, make decisions, pursue research interests, produce multimedia presentations and enhance learning.
The Certificate in Information Technologies
The certificate program acknowledges students who achieve a level of experience and knowledge with information technologies. The certificate program is open to any undergraduate students enrolled at the University or high school graduate who enrolls in the certificate program.
The college will award the Certificate in Information Technologies to students who successfully complete five, 3- credit information technology courses (15 credits). The certificate award will also be noted on the student’s transcript. A maximum of 6 credits will be accepted for equivalent experience in other divisions of the University, or for courses taken at other colleges.
|Real World Technologies|
|Digital Resh and Info Literacy|
|Production of Instructional Resources I|
|Production of Instructional Resources II|
|Prod of Inst Resources III|
|Seminar: Social, Ethical and Legal Issues in Computing|
|Online Course Management and Delivery|
|Special Projects in Technology|
|Online Course Design and Implementation|
|Integrating Curriculum and Technology|