Innovation through IT Minor or Certificate

About the Innovation through IT Minor or Certificate

In the Innovation through IT program, you'll explore the fascinating world of data analytics, digital transformation, emerging technologies, and IT project management. But this journey is not just about acquiring knowledge—it's about growing together, learning from each other, and leveraging technology to create meaningful change. Here, you're not just a student, you're an innovator. You'll work on projects that matter, applying your newfound knowledge to solve real-world problems. The skills and experiences you gain will not only prepare you for the future but also empower you to shape it.

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Why Study Innovation through IT at CWU?

CWU’s ITAM Department has a strong network of alumni and industry partners, offering you unique opportunities for internships, mentorships, and job placements.

This network can be an invaluable resource for your professional development. Our campus offers an environment where you can grow academically and professionally. You'll find a range of support services, resources, and extracurricular activities to enrich your university experience.

Where is this program offered?

How much does this program cost?

Explore information on Cost, Aid, and Value to make an informed decision about investing in your education at CWU.

Where can I find more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information.

Minor or Certificate?

Ultimately, the decision between a minor and a certificate depends on your goals. Minors are often chosen to enhance a major. Certificates, on the other hand, tend to have a more practical orientation that is directly applicable to the job market or industry demands. Connect with Academic Advising to make an informed decision.


Industry Expertise

The ITAM Advisory Board, comprised of industry experts, offers guidance and expertise, ensuring the advancement of the department, its programs, and its technology needs. The Board actively fosters connections between the business community and the ITAM department, recruiting students, hiring graduates, and contributing to student learning through mentoring, experiential projects, classroom visits, and internships. Learn more about our Advisory Board.

The Best at Your Service

Professor Robert Lupton, Ph.D., who teaches in CWU’s Information Technology and Administrative Management (ITAM) program, earned the 2022 Marketing Educators’ Association’s service award.

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