Overview

The Business Technology (previously CIS) program is designed to provide a broad background in business computer information systems and to develop the technical skills one needs to stay competitive in this challenging field. The program will be of particular benefit to programmers and to management information systems analysts. The certificate is awarded by the DCIE and the Department of Business Technology upon the successful completion of 18 credit hours.

For more information, contact: 
Division of Continuing and International Education
Collegiate Studies
http://www.miami.edu/ccp
305-284-2727

*This program is not eligible for federal or state financial aid. Contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance and Employment for further assistance.

Curriculum Requirements

300 Level Courses
BTE 320Programming: Fundamentals and Algorithms3
BTE 360Systems Analysis and Design3
400-Level Courses
BTE 412Foundations of Business Enterprise Technologies3
BTE 423Database Management Systems3
Electives6
Select two of the following electives:
Object-Oriented Programming
Web-Mobile-Cloud
Fundamentals of Tech Project Management
Business Networks
Introduction to Health Informatics
Special Topics in Business Technology
Special Topics in Business Technology
Total Credit Hours18

Mission

To empower people to reach their full potential through lifelong and lifewide learning.

Goal

  • The Business Technology certificate is designed to provide a broad background in business related technologies and systems and to develop the technical skills one needs to stay competitive in this challenging field.

Student Learning Outcome

  • Students will be expected to understand technologies and related skills as they apply to business. Technologies may include programming, design, analysis, project management, cloud provisioning, analytics programming and databases amongst other areas.