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Application and any transcripts are to be submitted directly to:
The Graduate School Madonna University
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150-1176
(734) 432-5667 or (800) 852-4951, ext. 5667
Fax (734) 432-5862
Email: grad@madonna.edu

Grad Cert Information Technology Management
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Grad Cert Information Technology Management    
   Required Courses    
      MGT 5780   Project Management Practices 3 s.h.  The foundation of project management from a managerial point of view. Emphasis on managing each stage of the project life cycle through an overview of the ten knowledge areas of project management. A research project that begins with an introduction to the meta-analysis methodology. Prerequisite: MIS 5580 and BR 5170. 
      MIS 5640   e-Business & e-Commerce in the Enterprise 3 s.h.  This course provides a detailed review and investigation of establishing, developing, and managing Web strategy in the e-Commerce and e-Business arena. a study of the critical elements essential to successful Web site implementation and managment. Will apply the systems approach to examine some of the radically new business models emerging from Web based businesses. Pre-requisite MIS 5580. 
      MIS 6250   Advanced Database Concepts 3 s.h.  Active databases provide businesses with the opportunity to integrate data storage with business rules. Students will explore the concepts of active databases using both the relational and the object oriented database model. Justification for the OO model will be introduced through an explanation of the shortcomings of the relational database model. Issues involved in transaction processing will also be discussed. 
      MIS 6400   Data Communications & Networking 2 s.h.  This course develops a managerial level of technical knowledge and terminology for data, voice, image, and video communications and computer networks to effectively communicate with technical, operational, and management people in telecommunications. Course will investigate the concepts, models, architectures, protocols, standards, and security for the design, implementation, and management of digital networks. 
      MIS 6840   Redesigning the Enterprise for e-Business 3 s.h.  Investigates and applies e-business and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) concepts and methods at both the enterprise and supply chain level to take advantage of internet connectivity. Will apply ERP software to develop and implement new business models to effect the change. Prerequisites:MIS 5640 
      MIS 6890   Managing Enterprise Information Systems 3 s.h.  This course explores Information systems (IS) role in transforming organizations and industries. Emphasizes the integrative role of Information systems and Resoucrs. Three areas of integration will be addressed; integrating the enterprise, integrating the IS function, and integrating IS technologies. The scope of this course will address both the internal and external IS needs of the organization. 
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