Gain a broad background in information systems, as well as more specialized knowledge in areas such as data mining and analytics, business intelligence, software and systems architecture, product and process management, and IT security.
A graduate-level certificate in Information Systems will provide a significant advantage to those seeking to advance their careers in the field of information systems or strengthen their technical proficiency.
This 18 credit hour certificate program is designed for maximum flexibility and offers a wide choice of courses and areas of concentration within the Utah MBA curriculum.
Program electives and faculty are shared with the Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program, and provide the same level of instruction and interaction. The Operations and Information Systems (OIS) Department also offers a number of flexible transfer options should students want to apply coursework from the Graduate Certificate program toward the completion of a full MSIS degree.
The Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics (GCBA) allows students to gain specialized knowledge in both data analytics and management. Obtaining a graduate-level analytics certificate will provide a significant advantage to those seeking to advance their careers in the rapidly growing market for data and analytics professionals.
This 18 credit hour certificate program offers students a wide choice of courses within the Utah MBA curriculum. Program electives and faculty are shared with the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program and provide the same high level of instruction and interaction.
The Graduate Certificate in Business Studies with a focus on health care is designed to give students an opportunity to gain exposure to some of the topics most essential for success as a health care manager or administrator.
The certificate includes 15 credit hours from among the 6000-level courses at the David Eccles School of Business. It includes 10.5 credit hours of core courses and 4.5 credit hours of electives from specific groups. For more information, please contact Debra Scammon, MHA Program Director, or Nico Bronzatti, MHA Admissions Coordinator.