As information systems evolve, continuing education remains a critical part of technology. It is essential for information technology professionals to enhance their efficiency and capability by gaining skills in areas such as programming, database technology, database administration, Web development, networking, security administration, and computer security. Strayer University?s Undergraduate Certificate prepares today?s information technology professionals for these challenges by imparting these and other relevant skills. Students enrolled in the certificate program are required to take six information systems courses. Within this curriculum, students have the option of choosing an emphasis in: o Computer Security o Database Developer o Database Management o Homeland Security and Information Systems o Internetworking Technology o Networking o Programming o Security Administration o Web Development
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