Who Should Apply
- Working professionals seeking the flexibility of an online master’s program
- Individuals who use information systems and technology in the workplace but lack professional training in this area
- Computer science experts seeking career advancement within their organizations
- Aspiring IT leaders who possess a dual-interest in technical and business-oriented development
At a Glance
- Prepare to excel within the field of information systems and technology.
- Further existing IT career or gain employment in competitive roles.
- Develop practical expertise through experiential study.
- Gain the skills and connections required for for IT leadership roles in business, government, education, and more.
- Analyze, discuss, and contribute to existing knowledge banks in the field of information technology.
- Master a concentration area of data science or IT innovation and design.
Lorne Olfman, PhD
- Professor and Director of the Center for Information Systems & Technology
- IST 344 - Data Analytics and Information Visualization
Professor Olfman has been a CGU faculty member for more than 30 years, and is a director in the Center for Information Systems & Technology (CISAT). His research interests include the ways in which software can be learned and used within organizations, the impact of computer-based systems on knowledge management, and the design and adoption of systems used for group work.
Terry Ryan, PhD
- Professor of Information Systems & Technology
After leaving the corporate world, Professor Ryan became an accomplished IS&T researcher focusing on the ways in which people communicate about and with information technology. Together with Professor Lorne Olfman, Professor Ryan has been running CGU’s Social Learning Software Lab ([SL]2) for several years, working with students and visiting researchers on the design and implementation of tools to promote social learning in all its forms.
About the Center for Information Systems & Technology
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