- Competent practitioners, able to use technology and capable of assuming a leadership role in its implementation;
- Effective problem solvers, with the ability to integrate information systems and technology into the workplace;
- Active learners, attuned to emerging trends and technical innovations, with the attendant capabilities to appropriately position the proper trends/innovations within organizations.
- Apply the ethical principles required of computer professionals;
- Demonstrate technical knowledge in Information Technology necessary to prepare for an entry level position in the field;
- Analyze requirements for Information Technology systems using the best practices and current methodologies;
- Employ the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process used to analyze, design, implement, test and deliver Information Technology projects;
- Demonstrate knowledge of best practices used to manage Information Technology projects; and
- Practice the use and employ the benefit of library resources, including subscription to services and other sources generally accepted as legitimate and valid.
- CTA 326 Integrating Excel into Business Problem Solving
- SCI 321 Technology in the Sciences
- PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
- POL 300 American Politics
- HIS 381 Contemporary Global Issues
- MAT 312 Business Statistics
- BBA 430 Big Data and Visualization
- BFM 300 Fundamentals of Finance for Managers
- FIN 300 Applied Concepts in Accounting and Finance
- ISM 110 Information Systems Theory and Practice
- ISM 300 Business Process Management
- ISM 330 Business Intelligence
- ISM 350 Information Technology Policy and Strategy
- ISM 400 System Analysis and Design
- ISM 410 Physical Design and Implementation with DBMS
- ISM 420 Data Modeling and Warehousing
- ISM 450 Project Management and Practice
- ISM 455 Strategic Application of Information Technology
- MIS 320 Management Information Systems
- PHI 314 Ethics for Computer Professionals
- SEC 100 Introduction to Computer Hardware and Operation
- SEC 210 Principles and Practice of Information Security
Cost and Schedule
Guild provides reduced cost education for working adults. We’ll help you have an affordable path to move your education forward.
Pell Grants*, offered by the U.S. Government, provide students who qualify with up to $5,920, per year in grant aid. Unlike loans, grants do not need to be repaid.
The Lifelong Learning Credit (up to $2000) and the American Opportunity Tax Credit* (up to $2500) are both available annually to eligible U.S. students.
Guild negotiates reduced tuition with partner colleges and programs, giving you affordable options from the start.
Guild works with your employer to offer corporate tuition assistance to qualified employees.
Guild is committed to reduce the cost of higher education for hard-working adults. We'll help make an affordable path to move your education forward.
* Pell Grants are only available to eligible students in undergraduate degree programs & the American Opportunity Tax Credit is only available for eligible students in undergrad or master's degree programs. All other funding categories are available for all eligible students. Please check with your individual employer to verify your eligibility.
Guild is designed for working adults. With 100% online classes, you work and study when it’s most convenient for you.
Your team is here to support you through admissions, the financial aid process, and each of your classes
"My General Manager says that he's seen a lot of development and changes in how I manage... I would recommend this 10/10 to anyone."
Shania | Service Manager | Chipotle
Student in Guild's Management Training Program, starting her degree at CSU Global in 2017
"I want to graduate with a Bachelor's in Special Education before my oldest daughter graduates high school in 2020! My kids are my support and they think that mom going back to school is amazing!"
Chavonne | Paraprofessional | Denver Public Schools
B.A. in Special Education (K-12) at Western Governors University
"Guild’s programs and services are practical and transformative. I am very thankful for Guild's on-going support and advice."
Guild class alumna
San Jose, California
Frequently Asked Questions
- A path to finish your degree or take graduate courses, at little to no cost
- A personal college and career adviser to help you navigate programs and offerings
- Online classes that allow you to work at your own pace
- Relevant classes and programs designed to help you advance in your career
- Credit recognition for past college credits and corporate credits towards your degrees
- Students first: We're here to help you, and you come first in our world. In exchange, we expect you give your all and to support your fellow classmates.
- We learn best by doing: Experimentation, learning by doing, feedback and reflection lay at the core of every learning experience with Guild.
- Feedback makes us better, in fact, it’s a gift: Practice only makes perfect when we get feedback on how to improve.
- Reflection is a need-to-have, not a nice-to-have: Reflection allows us to digest the learnings and feedback we’ve received.
- Community matters: We’re all in this together and we expect all Guild members to appreciate the role we play in each other’s learning experience.