The Enterprise Computing Certificate program at Saint Paul College is offered in cooperation with the IBM Academic Initiative, a global program that facilitates the collaboration between IBM and educators to teach students the skills they need to be competitive within the rapidly changing information technology landscape.
The program provides students with a global understanding of IBM System Z with an emphasis on system administration and ZOS, COBOL programming, CICS and Transaction Processing Systems, DB2 administration and application development.
Major companies around the world run their critical applications on large and midrange systems, such as mainframes, Power Systems, blades, and rack and cluster systems. Mainframe computing systems are transforming businesses and systems around the world. The mainframe is driving areas in cloud computing, analytics, security and mobile computing and are tackling challenges never thought possible. The need for technical skills on enterprise systems continues to grow, and students with knowledge and hands-on experience are sought after in the job market.
Program Delivery Methods
Online, hybrid, traditional in-class courses and hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN