Curation and Management of Digital Assets, Post-Masters Certificate (P.M.C.)
12 credits required
The Curation and Management of Digital Assets (CMDA) Certificate is a post-master's program that focuses on instruction about and research into the creation, management, and use; the long-term preservation; and the current and future access to digital assets in a variety of disciplines and sectors of the economy. It is a four-course, fully online certificate designed for working professionals who need training in next-generation cloud computing technologies, tools, and resources to help them evaluate, select, and implement digital curation solutions.
The CMDA Certificate requires the completion of four courses, with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The following courses are taken in sequence within one calendar year.
|INST640||Principles of Digital Curation||3|
|INST641||Policy and Ethics in Digital Curation||3|
|INST742||Implementing Digital Curation||3|
|INST744||Solving Problems in Digital Curation - Capstone Course||3|