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Certificate in Information Technology

As technology’s role in society increases, people who possess a strong understanding of technology are becoming assets in almost every field. The Certificate in Information Technology (CIT) is designed primarily for those who have earned a non-technical bachelor’s degree or are under-graduates. This IT certificate allows students to augment the knowledge gained through their major-related courses with additional computer and information technology knowledge and skills to improve their attractiveness to employers in the high-technology community. The following, then, are among the goals of a certificate designed to develop basic technological literacy that is desirable in the high technology community:

  • The ability to use modern operating systems and an understanding of the concepts underlying modern networks and communication systems.
  • The ability to use basic computing applications such as: word processors; spreadsheets; database management systems; and presentation software.
  • The ability to use information retrieval tools to gain access to information resources found on both internet and intranet repositories.
  • The ability to understand basic programming and data base concepts.

Additional evidence of information technological literacy may include knowledge of strategies that assist in the acquisition of technical tools, skill and comfort in the use of technical hardware and software packages and programs, understanding of the ethical issues related to technology, and an understanding of technology’s impact on society. Information technological literacy also implies increased attention to lifelong learning skills, both for learning new technologies and for managing the vastly expanded and growing information resources made accessible through technology.



Introduction to Information Technology

  • Basic of Information Technology
  • Introduction to Network Concepts
  • Data Communication Concepts

Office Automation

  • Microsoft Word 2013
  • Microsoft Excel 2013
  • Microsoft Powerpoint 2013
  • Internet

Introduction to Web Designing

  • Adobe Photoshop CC
  • Adobe Flash Professional CC
  • Adobe Dreamweaver CC

Introduction to Programming

  • Visual Basic 6.0
  • Ms Access