Service-Oriented Computing Graduate Certificate
Christopher W. Starr
The Graduate Certificate in Service Oriented Computing serves professionals currently working in software development and related fields who desire to expand their knowledge and skills but are not able to enter a graduate degree program. Once enrolled in the certificate program, students may become interested in continuing their graduate studies and then apply to pursue a Master's in Computer and Information Sciences contingent upon additional admission requirements such as the Graduate Record Examination.
Courses are taught in the evenings or late afternoons, accommodating the schedules of most professional students.
Minimum Admission Requirements
- A completed application as a certificate-seeking student in the Service Oriented Computing program.
- An official copy of a transcript from each institution of higher learning attended, including documentation of graduation from an accredited four-year college or university.
- Satisfaction of core competencies in basic computer architecture, object-oriented programming, discrete mathematics, and data structures.
The graduate certificate in Service Oriented Computing consists of four courses. No transfer credit is allowed.
Distributed Computer Systems Architecture
Semantic Web, Principles and Practice
Information Technology Policy, Strategy and Governance