Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Computing
This certificate is in response to an increasing demand from employers in the Twin Cities metro area and beyond who need to fill the growing shortage of skilled professionals in enterprise (mainframe) computing. Corporations in a wide array of industries including banking, healthcare, insurance, government and retail are in great need to hire replacements for their senior mainframe engineers and architects. A graduate certificate in Enterprise Computing is a great way to begin your career as a mainframe professional.
In response to COVID-19, the University of St. Thomas has made prudent decisions to act on the advice of state and medical professionals. For spring 2021, all our classes in our Graduate Programs in Software and Data Science which are normally delivered in an on-campus classroom format, will be delivered live online. Each of our classes meet once a week or every other Saturday. The classes will still be held during their normal time on weeknights and Saturdays.
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To complete the Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Computing, the student must complete five required SEIS graduate courses (15 graduate semester credits) with at a GPA of 2.7 or better.
NOTE: Students have the option to use the coursework from the Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Computing to continue in a Master of Science degree program offered by Graduate Programs in Software.
Required Courses [5 courses]
Complete the following five courses:
- SEIS 604 Foundations of Software Development – COBOL
- SEIS 610 Software Engineering
- SEIS 641 Enterprise Operating Systems
- SEIS 637 Enterprise Database Management Systems and Design
- SEIS 638 Enterprise Transaction Processing
View SEIS Course Catalog.
A bachelor's degree in any discipline from a regionally-accredited educational institution in the U.S. (or international equivalent).
An overall grade-point-average (GPA) of at least 2.7. (Applicants with a GPA less than 2.7 will be considered for provisional admission with their professional experience factored into the decision.)