The post-graduate certificate in Technology Management will prepare you for the challenges of facilitating business operations and strategy through the provision of technology infrastructure and systems development. You will study the role technology plays in enabling business strategy and vision.
January (Jan to Apr; Sep to Dec) - Moose Jaw and Saskatoon
September (Sep to Dec; Jan to Apr) - Moose Jaw and Saskatoon
Locations(s)Moose Jaw, Saskatoon
You will study the fundamentals of IT operations management and IT strategy, providing a high-level view of technology in an organization. You will also study agile project management and practical IT architecture in a hands-on setting, providing you with knowledge of how technology projects and initiatives are successfully executed. You will also learn about the technologies and techniques governing a business's critical data resources and how they support business decision making.
- A conferred bachelor's degree in any discipline, with a minimum GPA of 60%
- English Language Requirement
Admission methodFirst Qualified/First Admitted
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2023-24 academic year
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