Enterprise Architecture - Graduate Certificate

College of Communication and Information
School of Digital Sciences
236 Mathematics and Computer Science Building
Kent Campus
330-672-9105
digital-science@kent.edu
www.kent.edu/dsci


Description

The Enterprise Architecture graduate certificate is focuses on assisting organizations to review and improve their investments in technology and to ensure that their digital information, applications and technology are fully aligned with business goals and objectives. Graduates will know how to develop detailed blueprints of an organization's current state, work with the stakeholders to prepare a vision of a future architecture, prepare an implementation roadmap and execute technology and business change.

This certificate can assist graduates to prepare for a career as a computer system architect, enterprise architect, information architect or solution architect.

FULLY OFFERED AT:

  • Kent Campus

Gainful Employment Disclosure

Disclosure statement for this certificate.

Program Requirements

Certificate Requirements

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Certificate Requirements
DSCI 61010ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE 3
DSCI 62010BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE 3
DSCI 64010DATA ARCHITECTURE 3
DSCI 65010APPLICATION AND TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE 3
Certificate Electives, choose from the following: 16
COMMUNICATION IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETY
COMMUNICATION, UNCERTAINTY AND PRIVACY MANAGEMENT
COMMUNICATION AND COGNITION
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING 2
SECURE PROGRAMMING 2
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS 2
INFORMATION SECURITY 2
INTRODUCTION TO CRYPTOLOGY 2
ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMMING I
ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMMING II
ADVANCED DATABASE SYSTEMS DESIGN 2
ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS 2
PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING 2
CLUSTER COMPUTING 2
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES
ADVANCED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 2
IMAGE PROCESSING 2
ADVANCED COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2
SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION 2
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND TEAM DYNAMICS
DIGITAL SYSTEMS SECURITY
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN DIGITAL SCIENCES
SPECIAL TOPICS IN DIGITAL SCIENCES
CAPSTONE PROJECT IN DIGITAL SCIENCES
ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE: ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE METHODOLOGY
PROJECT MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP
BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE
DATA ARCHITECTURE
DATA SCIENCE
APPLICATION AND TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE
INTERNSHIP IN DIGITAL SCIENCES 3
SPECIAL TOPICS IN DIGITAL SCIENCES
INDIVIDUAL INVESTIGATION IN DIGITAL SCIENCES
STATISTICS I FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
SPATIAL PROGRAMMING
ADVANCED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
WEB AND MOBILE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
CARTOGRAPHY AND GEOVISUALIZATION
CARTOGRAPHY AND GEOVISUALIZATION LABORATORY
SPATIOTEMPORAL ANALYTICS
CYBERGIS
GEODATABASES
HEALTH INFORMATICS MANAGEMENT
LEGAL ISSUES IN HEALTH INFORMATICS
HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS
HEALTH RECORDS MANAGEMENT
CLINICAL ANALYTICS
CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT
DIGITAL VIDEO IN EDUCATION
TECHNOLOGY AND LEARNING
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN EDUCATION
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
SIMULATION-GAMES IN EDUCATION
MANAGING TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
DESIGNING MULTIMEDIA FOR INSTRUCTION
VIRTUAL REALITY
WEB DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS
INSTRUCTIONAL APPLICATIONS OF THE INTERNET
DESIGNING ONLINE COURSES
TEACHING ONLINE COURSES
RESEARCH IN ONLINE LEARNING
FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT
BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE-COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE
FOUNDATIONS OF DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT
ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ASSESSMENT
SEMANTIC ANALYSIS METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES
INFORMATION NEEDS, SEEKING AND USE
KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION STRUCTURES, SYSTEMS AND SERVICES
METADATA ARCHITECTURE AND IMPLEMENTATION
DIGITAL LIBRARIES
INFORMATION SCIENCE
DATABASE SYSTEMS
GLOBALIZATION AND TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY
EMERGING HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES
DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING IN BUSINESS
DATABASE MANAGEMENT AND DATABASE ANALYTICS
INFORMATION SECURITY: A MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGERIAL ASSESSMENT
COMPUTER HARDWARE ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING AND ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGY
COMPUTER HARDWARE
FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
ADVANCED PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
TRIZ-THEORY OF INVENTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING
ADVANCED WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES
ADVCANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
ADVANCED NETWORKING
GRAPHIC DESIGN PERSPECTIVES
USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN IN PRACTICE
USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS
USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN IN PRACTICE
INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE I
RESEARCHING THE USER EXPERIENCE I
USABILITY I
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
RESEARCHING USER EXPERIENCE II
USABILITY II
Approved Related Area Courses
Minimum Total Credit Hours:18
1

Electives are intended to be courses in digital sciences or a related program that complement the enterprise architecture coursework and add depth in an area of interest to the student. For example, a student who feels weak in business processes may choose electives on business strategy or leadership and organizational change. A student who wants further depth related to data architecture may choose electives in information architecture or data mining.

2

These computer science courses are recommended only for students with a computer science background.

3

Maximum 3 credit hours of DSCI 69992DSCI 69992 may be applied toward approved electives in the Enterprise Architecture certificate.

Graduation Requirements

Minimum Certificate GPA
3.000