Systems Development Certificate
Systems development practitioners seek to optimize the design, implementation, and use of information systems for organizational purposes.
The certificate in Systems Development is open to anyone with an associate or bachelor’s degree in IT. UNO students enrolled in the Division of Continuing Studies’ Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies degree program with an IT-related concentration and students in any of the College of IS&T undergraduate degree programs are also eligible to enroll in this certificate program.
Students are responsible for completing the prerequisites for all courses taken for the Systems Development Certificate.
|Prerequisite Courses 1|
|CIST 1300||INTRODUCTION TO WEB DEVELOPMENT||3|
|CIST 2100||ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY (or test-out exam)||3|
|or MGMT 3100||MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS|
|ISQA 3310||MANAGING THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT||3|
|ISQA 3900||WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT||3|
|ISQA 3910||INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT||3|
|ISQA 4110||INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS||3|
|ISQA 4120||SYSTEM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION||3|
Note: Two semesters of programming in addition to CIST 1300 or equivalent work experience are required.