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Dr. Bala Ramesh, Program Director, 404-413- 7372, firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems is to more formally acknowledge students who have chosen to strengthen their technical foundation by successfully undertaking and completing additional Information Systems studies. The Graduate Certificate in Information Systems program is designed for students in any graduate major who wish to prepare to meet business and personal challenges through the use of information technology. From biology and the health sciences through the arts, social sciences, legal and business disciplines information systems are a fundamental enabler.
Admission to the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems program is subject to the minimum Georgia State University and RCB cumulative grade-point-average requirement for RCB graduate programs. Applicants for the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems must either be a current Robinson student or they must apply for admission to Robinson - meeting normal admission requirements and be accepted into the Robinson College.
Obtaining the Graduate Certificate in Information Systems requires completion of any three CIS 8000 level courses. For currently available courses, see www2.cis.gsu.edu/cis/program/syllabus/index.asp. In addition, you must have a grade point average of at least 3.0 for the three courses, with all grades a B- or higher. Please be aware that some of these courses have prerequisites and other requirements for enrollment. There are no additional fees required for the Graduate Certificate in Computer Information Systems. For more information including how to request the certificate after completing course work, please see www2.cis.gsu.edu/cis/program/ciscertificate.asp.