The future belongs to IT specialists

The IBM Innovation Center for Education (ICE) co-creates technology- and business-based undergraduate and graduate degrees in collaboration with leading universities and engineering colleges around the globe.  By working with educators and other tech industry leaders, we prepare students to excel in the latest technology industry developments, including: AI, blockchain cybersecurity tools, cloud and hybrid multiclouds.

95%

of hiring managers consider employee training to be a key retention tool.¹

94%

graduate placement rate.²

A unique collaboration model

With courseware focused on project-based learning and industry interaction to give students relevant skills, IBM Innovation Center for Education and universities around the world deliver the curriculum for a:

  • Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering
  • Bachelor of Technology Information Technology
  • Master of Business Administration

 

  • Oil and gas data analytics
  • Manufacturing systems
  • Open source and open standards
  • Cybersecurity and forensics
  • Internet of Things
  • Business analytics and optimization (MBA only)

A competitive advantage

In an environment where 56% of recruiters cite the lack of skilled or qualified talent as a key stumbling block³, the IBM Certificate in Advanced Technologies (iCAT) uses blended online learning to help anyone acquire industry-relevant skills and prepare for IT careers.

Specializations in the IBM Certificate in Advanced Technologies include:

  • Business analytics
  • Cybersecurity and forensics
  • IT infrastructure management

Education for anyone that addresses IT market shifts

The IBM Systems Center of Excellence (SCoE) program addresses recent market shifts, offering program courses that are oriented toward analytics, AI, cloud and hybrid multicloud, big data, and security and other critical technologies and industry vertical domain application areas.

Certificates from the IBM Systems Center of Excellence include:

  • Banking, insurance, and telecom data and analytics
  • Big data and analytics
  • Cloud computing
  • Cybersecurity and forensics
  • IT infrastructure management
  • Mainframe technologies
  • Open source software

Don't be left behind

¹ https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/275842

² Refers to the number of students who have opted for and are eligible for placements.

³ https://www.jobvite.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/jobvite_recruiter_nation_2015.pdf