Career and Professional Development

School of Continuing Studies

Graduate Certificate in Internet Business

Objectives

The Graduate Certificate consists of four required three-credit courses and one three-credit elective course. This 15 credit program is designed to provide you with the specialized knowledge you need for today's rapidly changing market in internet business in the shortest possible time.

In addition to the admission requirements for Graduate Certificates, students must have a Bachelor of Computer Science, a Bachelor of Software Engineering or a Bachelor of Computer Engineering with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 or 3.2 out of 4.0 in the last two years of full-time academic studies.

NumberTitlePrerequisitesAvailable Times
 Winter
2015
Spring/Summer
2015
Fall
2015
Winter
2016
4 REQUIRED Courses: (12 Credits)
CMIS 542Strategic Internet Marketing  MON to SATTUE 
CMIS 543Internet Business Analysis and OptimizationPrerequisite: CMIS 530WED   
CMIS 544Social Media Marketing and Technology TUE   
CMIS 530Web Analytics for Internet Business   WED 
1 COMPLEMENTARY Course from the following: (3 Credits)
CCS2 505Applications ProgrammingRestriction: Students must have successfully completed an introductory computer programming course. Students who have not met this requirement must successfully complete CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1  MON 
CCS2 510Computer Network and Internet Security MON   
CCS2 535Internet Business ProjectCMIS 530 and CMIS 542     
CCS2 550Multimedia Communication Design and Marketing  MON to SAT  
CCS2 590Topics in Information TechnologyRestriction: Students must have successfully completed an introductory computer programming course. Students who have not met this requirement must successfully complete CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1     
CGM2 510Project Management: Tools and TechniquesRestriction: Open to students currently in a graduate program. Not open to Special Students.WEDMON/SAT TUE/THUTUE 
CCS2 508Web Application DevelopmentRestriction: Students must have successfully completed an introductory computer programming course. Students who have not met this requirement must successfully complete CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1THU   
Or any other 500 or 600 level graduate level course offered through CPD
and approved by the department.