Feb 24, 2024  
Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024

College of Business and Information Systems


Programs

 

Programs

Undergraduate Degrees:

Graduate Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy

Information Systems, Ph.D.

  • Masters Degrees

General Management (MBA)
Analytic, M.S.
Health Informatics and Information Management, M.S.
Information Systems, M.S.

Minors:

Certificates:

Administration and Faculty

Dorine Bennett, Professor and Dean
Andrew Behrens, Assistant Professor and Information Systems Program Coordinator
Robert Girtz, Assistant Professor and Business Program Coordinator
Renae Spohn, Associate Professor and Director of Health Information Management Programs

Professors: Omar El-Gayar, Cherie Noteboom, Ronghua Shan, Dan Talley

Associate Professors:  Yen-Ling Chang, Akemi Chatfield, Jun Liu, Insu Park, Deb Tech, Julie Wulf Plimpton, Qiang (David) Zeng

Assistant Professors:  Patti Brooks, Brenda Merkel, Scott Morstad, Michael Roach

Instructors/Lecturers:  Erich Eischen, James McKeown, Wendy Simmermon

Mission

MISSION STATEMENT: The College of Business and Information Systems prepares students to be lifelong learners and successful professionals in business, information systems, data analytics, and health information and informatics. We provide a high-quality, technology-infused education in a supportive learning environment that encompasses exemplary teaching, service to our communities, and a faculty committed to scholarship.

VALUES:

» High-quality, student-focused teaching and learning

» Diversity and inclusion

» Integrity and openness in our dealings with all stakeholders

» Technology-infused curriculum

» The process and outcomes of research and scholarship

» Continuous improvement and innovation

VISION: The College of Business and Information Systems will be a transformational leader known for excellence in the education of professionals in business, information systems, data analytics, and health information and informatics through meaningful technology-infused programs, knowledge creation, student-centered experiences, and stakeholder engagement.