63-220 Business Programming

This course is a hands-on introduction to basic programming structures, concepts and object-oriented principles. Students will design, code, test and debug programs using contemporary programming languages that comprise computer systems in today's business organizations. Specific topics that will be covered include input/output operations, iteration, arithmetic operations, arrays, classes and objects and other related topics.

63-200 Introduction to Information Systems

Students are introduced to computers and computerized information systems, computer hardware and its uses and interactions; software, software packages and programming languages; the basics of analyzing, and designing business information systems; data communications and networking, distributed data processing and access to the Internet and hands-on uses of microcomputers for spreadsheet and database business applications using the latest, most popular software.

63-415 Web Design Applications

This course teaches students how to design, create, maintain, and manage a web site. Students will use a number of tools and programming languages to build the site including: HTML, XML, JavaScript, FrontPage, and Dreamweaver.

24-349 Business Statistics

Students learn about and use data in decision making. This course emphasizes practical business applications; graphic and tabular summarization; measures of central tendency and dispersion; sampling distributions and estimation of important statistical parameters; hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; non-parametric methods; and single and multiple regression analysis. Excel is used to solve large scale case problems.



COB New Facilities Committee

FALL 09 - Present

Mission and Heritage Council

FALL 09 - Present - The Mission and Heritage Council was formed in 1997 as a result of the University's first strategic plan. Chaired by the President and facilitated by the University's Mission Officer, the Council's primary function is to integrate the Catholic and Lasallian Mission into all aspects of University life.

Faculty Assembly Committee

FALL 07 - Present



MIS Department Website - The MIS Web site will help instruct, market, facilitate collaboration and enable the MIS programs, which in using Information Technology in a strategic fashion, will maximize the effectiveness of our educational efforts.

_hyperlink: eMedia club

The _hyperlink: eMedia club was created to analyze, design, and implement an array of different internet technologies that deal with digital/online content. The eMedia club also will be studying and researching the latest emerging web technologies.

COB Advising Website - COB Advisor Meeting Signups/Registration can now be done Online thru the new COB - Advising website. With a simple signup form, students can now securely register thru the website and sign-up for a meeting time with Advisor Faculty.



DePaul University

MS Management Information Systems / 2004 - 2006

Lewis University

BS Management Information Systems / 2000 - 2003