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Professional Education. Washington University Facts. Total enrollment: 13,459 (Fall 2011; About 50% graduate, 50% undergraduate) Total faculty: 3,297 (full-time and part-time) Total research funding: $706M

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Washington University Facts

Total enrollment: 13,459(Fall 2011; About 50% graduate, 50% undergraduate)

Total faculty: 3,297(full-time and part-time)

Total research funding: $706M

U.S. News& World Reportranks 20 Washington University graduate and professional programs in their top-10 rankings. U.S. News ranks Washington U. 13th among national universities for undergraduate programs

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AY2010-11

Undergraduate students: 1,157

Master’s students: 336

Doctoral students: 321

UMSL/WUSTL joint program upper-division students: 203

Faculty: 100+(full-time and part-time)

Alumni: 19,200

Engineering School Facts

professional education
Professional Education

Degree Programs

Non-Degree Programs

(WU or on-site)

Masters Programs

(2 to 5 years)

Systems Integration

Engineering Management

Information Management

Construction Management

Project Management

Short Courses and Workshops

(1 to 4 days)

Focused Roundtables

(half to full day)

Certificate Programs

(9 to 18 months)

Custom Programs

(length varies)

Graduate Certificates

(9 to 18 months)

Information Management

Construction Management

Project Management

center for the application of information technology cait
MISSION STATEMENT

“To be a Center to assist organizations in making continuous advancements in their effectiveness and efficiencies by the Application of Information Technologies and to ensure the region’s competitiveness as a world class – IT community.”

Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT)
evolution of cait
Evolution of CAIT
  • CAIT was founded more than 35 years ago, when a group of Data Processing managers from key St. Louis companies approached Washington University asking for help. They convinced the University to provide local training in COBOL, mainframe hardware, and other needed skill sets, so they could reduce the cost of sending staff to Chicago, New York, and other remote locations for training.
  • CAIT quickly expanded the program as technology changed and advanced.

Programming Methods

Data Warehousing

Networking

Web

Database

COBOL

Mobility

Security

Enterprise Architecture

Appl. Development

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Evolution of CAIT

The needs of the technical audience were expanding beyond the tangible.

The role of “project manager” emerges requiring new skills.

Project Management

Mastery

Team

Problem

Solving

PMP Prep.

Programming Methods

Data Warehousing

Networking

Web

Database

Effective

Communi-

cation

Technical

Estimating

& Cost

Evaluation

Mobility

Security

Enterprise Architecture

Appl. Development

MS Project

Project Leadership

and Team Motivation

  • CAIT responds by adding Project Management classes built for students with more of an analytical mindset.
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Evolution of CAIT

Gathering & Documenting Requirements

  • Business Analysis function matures from Project Management teams
    • CAIT answers with the region’s first local Business Analysis curriculum .

Agile

Project Management

Mastery

Business Analysis

Team

Problem

Solving

PMP Prep.

Programming Methods

Data Warehousing

Networking

Web

Database

Effective

Communi-

cation

Software

Testing

Methods

CBAP

Exam

Technical

Estimating

& Cost

Evaluation

Mobility

Security

Enterprise Architecture

Appl. Development

MS Project

Business

Process

Modeling

Project Leadership

and Team Motivation

Enterprise Analysis

Analyzing & Satisfying Requirements

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Evolution of CAIT

Emotional Intelligence

Better Writing Skills

Conflict Resolution

Gathering & Documenting Requirements

Employers begin to realize that strong interpersonal skills are essential to business success. Technical resources can be uniquely challenged in this area.

CAIT expands into “softskill” topics designed to capitalize on the strengths and address the “opportunities” of the analytical student.

Internal

Consulting

ITIL

Agile

Project Management

Mastery

Business Analysis

Team

Problem

Solving

PMP Prep.

Programming Methods

Strategic Negotiating

Data Warehousing

Influence with

Integrity

Networking

Web

Database

Effective

Communi-

cation

Software

Testing

Methods

CBAP

Exam

Technical

Estimating

& Cost

Evaluation

Mobility

Security

Management

of

Anger

Enterprise Architecture

Appl. Development

MS Project

Managing

Change

Business

Process

Modeling

Project Leadership

and Team Motivation

Enterprise Analysis

Presentation Skills

Analyzing & Satisfying Requirements

Teambuilding

Assertiveness

Organizational

Politics

today s cait
CAIT continues to evolve to meet the technical, professional and management training needs of the IT community and the business at large.

Over 300 training courses each year

More than 30 collaboration opportunities per year

Member-only events on latest trends and issues

Roundtables (Project Management, Security, and Training)

Possible roundtable additions in 2012 : Enterprise Architecture, BI, SAP, Cloud, Mobility

Over 5,000 professionals in the region participate in training and collaboration opportunities each year.

Today’s CAIT
benefits of membership
Benefits Of Membership
  • Collaborate through structured events designed to share insight, experience and best practices among participants who are leaders in the diverse regional IT community
  • Learn from high-quality speakers and panel experts who will stimulate and challenge ideas to inspire innovation and growth
  • Direct and influence the consortium across all programs: collaboration, roundtables, training topics.
  • Network with peers in opportunities no other organization can provide
  • Affiliation with an institution known for academic excellence and the creation of new knowledge.
collaboration
Collaboration
  • Minimum of eight events per year
    • Topics based upon membership input
    • High quality speakers
  • Community Involvement
    • RCGA
    • Gateway to Innovation
    • Co-Sponsored events (SIM, ISSA, PMI)
previous member event topics
Previous Member Event Topics
  • Managing Mobile Technology: A Case Study
  • The Speed of Life (CAIT/SIM Partnership Event)
  • Cloud Computing and Virtualization Technologies
  • Managing Social Media and the Multi-Generational Workforce
  • Information Security – CSO Panel Discussion (CAIT/ISSA Partnership Event)
  • Next Generation Analytics – Watson, Big Data and What it Means to You
  • Leading IT Transformation
2012 membership program
2012 Membership Program
  • Economic Outlook
  • Information Technology Trends and Issues
  • Enterprise Security Issues & Strategies
  • Business Innovation
  • Leadership (co-sponsor with SIM)
  • CIO Panel (co-sponsor with SIM)
  • Metrics and Measurements
roundtable events
Roundtable Events

A focused, collaborative event which typically encompasses multiple sessions throughout the calendar year. Experts present on identified topics but emphasis is placed participants sharing insights and experience.

Topics from Previous Events:

  • Project Management Roundtable
  • Portfolio vs. Project Mgmt: Issues & Practices
  • Agile Development and Project Mgmt
  • Linking Project Planning to Enterprise Security
  • Virtual and Real Teams: The Same but Different
  • Using Social Media for Project Effectiveness
  • Information Security Roundtable
  • Threat and Breach
  • Data Protection
  • Cloud Computing
  • Mobile Computing
  • Authentication and Authorization
  • Awareness and Social Computing
2012 roundtable events
2012 Roundtable Events
  • Project Management
  • Business Case Development
  • Estimating Resources
  • Governance
  • Politics of Projects
  • Managing a Team of International & Cultural Diversity
  • How to Present a Business Case
  • Attributes a Successful Project Manager
  • Information Security
  • Business and Risk Weighted Priorities
  • Funding and Budgeting
  • Effective Security Deliverables
  • Threat and Venerability
  • Threat Landscape
  • Web Apps Security
  • Incidence Response and Detection
  • Alerts and Events Management
2012 roundtable events1
2012 Roundtable Events
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Planning, Process and Assessment
  • Cloud
  • CIO Panel
  • Mobile
  • Business Intelligence/Analysis
  • Big Data
  • Special Topics
  • Cloud
  • Business Intelligence
  • Mobile Computing
  • High Performance Computing
  • ITIL
  • SAP
training
Training
  • Technical, Professional and Leadership topics based on evolving technology, current trends and contemporary issues
  • Public or Private – can be adapted to meet audience needs
  • Course Offerings
    • Day, evening and weekend format
    • Traditional classroom at CAIT or onsite at client location
  • Quality
    • Training partners include professors and
      • practitioners
    • Each course is evaluated by the students
      • and evaluations routinely reviewed
certificates of advanced studies
Certificates of Advanced Studies
  • 20+ Certificates across many disciplines
  • Can be customized
  • Contemporary, relevant topics
  • Comprehensive combination of practical skills within a broader context
  • Highly-regarded and recognized in the St. Louis region
  • Earned quickly through a flexible schedule of days, evenings and weekends
  • Reviewed for content and relevance by providers and CAIT membership
the future of cait
The future of CAIT

Project Management

CAIT’s audience has grown beyond the traditional IT student while IT has transformed nearly all professionals into “Information Managers”.

CAIT will continue to evolve to meet the training needs of the St. Louis community.

Project Management

Mastery

Estimating

& Cost

Evaluation

Conflict Resolution

Internal

Consulting

Emotional

Intelligence

PMP Prep.

Better Writing Skills

Strategic Negotiating

ITIL

Teambuilding

Team

Problem

Solving

MS Project

Effective

Communication

Organizational

Politics

Business Analysis

Managing

Change

Project Leadership

and Team Motivation

Influence with

Integrity

Management

of

Anger

Agile

Software

Testing

Methods

CBAP

Exam

Presentation Skills

Gathering & Documenting Requirements

Assertiveness

Business

Process

Modeling

Interpersonal

Technical

Enterprise Analysis

Analyzing & Satisfying Requirements

Programming Methods

Networking

Database

Data Warehousing

Web

Mobility

Security

Enterprise Architecture

Appl. Development

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2012 CAIT Membership Program

Membership Level

Event Type

Level 1

Level 2

Associate

  • CAIT Collaboration Events (Note 1)
  • Reservations in the member-only events (min of 7)
  • Target audience targets varies:
    • Executive
    • Mid-Management
    • Technical
  • Training

Approximate % discount from non-member rates

Individual Pricing Agreements

6 seats

15%

See Note 2

3 seats

5%

See Note 2

2 seats

none

15%

5%

none

  • Roundtables/Workshops(Member discount)
  • Project Management
  • Information Security

Membership Subscription Fee

(Option annual or /semi–Annually billing cycle)

$ 2200.00

$ 8500.00

$ 4250.00

Note 1: Additional seats can be purchased based on availability and event cost.

Note 2: CAIT will retain the flexibility to adjust course pricing based upon volume and custom training requirements.