Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Information Technology Management
The Information Technology Management (ITM) Certificate focuses on the design and development of computer-based business information systems and the role they play in organizations. It covers such topics as database design, systems analysis and design, data communications, and other concepts employed in the application of information technology to business activities.
This certificate is available to all undergraduate students at Georgia Tech.
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Program of Study
|MGT 2210||Information Systems and Digital Transformation 4||3|
|One (1) course in programming: 1,3,4||3|
|Introduction to Computing|
|Introduction to Object Oriented Programming|
|Computing for Engineers|
|Structured Program Design for Engineers|
|One (1) course in database management: 2,3,4||3|
|Database Management Systems|
|Introduction to Database Systems|
|Two (2) courses from the following: 4||6|
|Analysis of Emerging Technologies|
|Systems Analysis and Design|
|Business Data Communications|
|Business Process Analysis and Design|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
Only one (1) course from the list of programming courses may count toward the certificate unless student failed to earn a “C” or higher in a course already taken from the list.
Only one (1) course from the list of database courses may count toward the certificate unless student failed to earn a “C” or higher in a course already taken from the list.
If student is prohibited by Institute, School, or departmental policy from “double counting” any course that may apply toward the ITM certificate, student must substitute courses from the list of ITM General Electives to satisfy the 5 course requirement for the certificate.
All courses must be completed with a 'C' or higher.