I.S.P. and ITCP holders qualify for Athabasca University’s Master of Science in Information Systems Program.
Always wanted to pursue post-graduate education, but lacked the requisite educational background? If you hold the Information Systems Professional (I.S.P.) designation or Information Technology Certified Professional (ITCP) designation, you will be able to pursue your dreams through the Athabasca University’s Master of Science in Information Systems program. Among the traditional post-secondary education entry requirements, Athabasca University now also offers entry into the program to individuals who are active holders of the I.S.P. or ITCP designations.
The program is offered through Athabasca University’s Centre for Computing and Information Systems (CCIS). Athabasca University provides innovative, Internet-based graduate programs that reach students around the world.
Note: Athabasca University offers two admission intakes per year for the fall and winter sessions. If you do not yet hold the I.S.P. or ITCP designations and are interested in registering for the graduate program, we encourage you to apply for the designation at least six weeks prior to Athabasca University’s admission deadline.
More information on the program can be found at: www.athabascau.ca/calendar/grad/info_systems_01_01.html.
You can also contact Athabasca University’s registrar’s office by e-mail at: email@example.com.