The Digital Content Management graduate academic certificate prepares information professionals to meet the challenges of managing the life cycle of digital assets regardless of their types and formats or their method of delivery. The courses provide theoretical foundation and conceptual tools through structured learning experiences and supervised class projects. Student will learn basic knowledge and technical skills necessary to manage digital content, build applications, and develop services that respond to institutional and individual user needs.
Required courses, 12 hours
This graduate academic certificate requires 12 total semester credit hours in the following courses: