Information Technology (Post-Bachelor Certificate)
The post-bachelor certificate in information technology is intended for individuals who already have a bachelor degree in a non-IT related major and who feel that they need skills in information technology. The certificate is a professional program offered through the Lindenwood College for Individualized Education (LCIE). Most courses are offered in the cluster format characteristic of LCIE. The certificate requires 57 semester hours of coursework. These hours consist of 18 hours of core curriculum, 36 hours of electives, and a 3 hour capstone course. Up to nine hours of this coursework can be obtained through experiential learning, exclusive of the capstone course, by those students having designated professional certifications or experience. The student will work with a faculty advisor to determine an individualized overview and curriculum.
LU IT students meet once per week from 6-10 p.m. to earn 9 credit hours per quarter. The LCIE post-bachelor certificate in information technology provides a wide range of courses for students interested in the information technology. Classes are taught by experienced professionals in the various technologies.
The Post-Bachelor Certificate in Information Technology requires:
Foundations in Information Technology Cluster
Project Management Cluster
Elective Clusters (Choose 4)
Contact IT Program Director Dr. Tom Cupples with any questions about our program:
Tom Cupples, EdD, CISSP