Programs

Coleman University's accelerated undergraduate programs provide students with the qualifications necessary to begin a career in Information Technology.

Coleman's courses offer hands-on, practical training emphasizing concepts and fundamental skills in the student's area of specialization. Small classes give the students close interaction with their instructors and classmates.

Coleman University's "major first" approach to education allows students to take the technical courses in their major first, as part of their specialized core program.

  • Computer Information Systems
    Application Development

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    Students in the Application Development program learn the fundamentals of systems analysis, application (solution) design, website development, and e-commerce concepts required to begin a career in the Information Technology (IT) industry.

    Related occupations include:

    • Software Developer
    • Database Developer
    • Programmer
    • Quality Assurance Technician
    • Web Application Developer
    • Analyst
  • Computer Network Security
    Network Security

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    Areas of emphasis in the Network Security program include fundamental security measures necessary in modern business, performing the basic functions of a PC/Network Support Technician, and installation/configuration of hardware and software infrastructure to support a local area network.

    Related occupations include:

    • Web Security Analyst
    • Systems Administrator
    • Information Security Administrator
    • Information Security Analyst
  • Game Programming Development and Design
    Game Programming Development and Design

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    The successful graduate will be able to effectively apply standard programming concepts, including sound and graphics, in a console/computer game setting; create and utilize a framework for designing console/computer games; build and animate three-dimensional models; and apply the preceding as part of a group to create a comprehensive one-level game.

    Related occupations include:

    • Game Programmer
    • Game Designer
    • 3D Modeler
    • Game Tester
    • Interface Designer
    • QA Specialist
  • Graduate Programs

    If you want to expand your scope within your profession with advanced technical and management strategies, you will find graduate level study at Coleman University an intense, practical and rewarding educational experience. The diverse backgrounds, experience and perspectives of Coleman's graduate students enrich the intellectual environment with lively discussions of management and technical issues.

  • Master of Business Administration
    Master of Business Administration

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    The Master of Business Administration program enables students to attain the advanced business knowledge and technical skills needed to successfully grow and manage a business. Coleman's MBA curriculum offers advanced courses in leadership, project management, strategic planning, organizational design, finance, legal, marketing, and human resource issues among others.

    Related occupations include:

    • Marketing Director
    • Senior Financial Analyst
    • Finance Manager
    • Vice President
  • MBA In Health Care Management
    MBA In Health Care Management

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    Rapid developments in science and technology have created the need for highly specialized executives and managers within the health care industry. In response to this demand, Coleman University's Health Care Management MBA program is tailored to developing the specific business skills required for professional growth in the field of health care management.

    Related occupations include:

    • Health Data Analyst
    • Chief Operating Officer
    • Health Care Manager
    • Director of Health and Wellness
    • Office of Physicians Health Care Manager
    • Director of Health Economics
  • Master of Science Information Systems Management
    Master of Science Information Systems Management

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    The Information Systems Management program offers students the opportunity to explore advanced techniques, current trends, and future directions in information systems management. Our goal is to help you distinguish yourself in your field of expertise and advance to a position of greater responsibility within your organization.

    Related occupations include:

    • Project Manager
    • Information Technology (IT) Manager