Graduate Certificate in
Advanced Information Technology


The Graduate Certificate in Advanced Information Technology provides students with state-of-the-art knowledge of modern enterprise IT and systems analysis. It offers hands-on experience in the most important contemporary business informatics areas such as advanced database management, web development, IT project management, and enterprise information security. Students who complete this certificate should be able to provide a unique expertise to enterprises dealing with the major IT challenges of today as well as a solid foundation for exploring the advanced IT challenges of tomorrow.


  • Four courses/16 credits
  • Requirements can be completed part time on campus, online or, in the blended format. This program may also be completed full time on campus in the Spring semester. Contact the Department for further details at
  • A minimum passing grade for a course in the graduate program is a C (2.0) but an average grade of B (3.0) must be maintained to be in good academic standing and to be eligible for certificate completion.

Certificate Requirements

(four required courses/16 credits)

Classes are available On Campus, Online and in the Blended format.

Program Prerequisites

Applicants must have an earned Bachelor’s degree, in any field of study, from a regionally accredited college/university (or the international equivalent) prior to enrollment at MET. Applicants are not required to have a degree in Computer Science for entry to a program within our Computer Science department. Upon review of your application, the department will determine if the completion of prerequisite coursework will be required, based on your academic and professional background.

Related Graduate Degree Programs

Students who are fully accepted into this graduate certificate program and complete all of the required courses with a grade of ‘B’ or better are eligible for full or conditional admission (depending on previous academic background) to the following master degree programs, without reapplication: