Earlier this month, the University of Dallas announced a partnership with the Institute of World Politics (IWP). UD will be the ninth institution of higher learning to partner with IWP.+ Read More
In today’s growing, high-velocity marketplace, effective integration of information technology is essential for organizations to thrive. Those that evolve to master this integration throughout their organizational structures will succeed while those who don’t, expose themselves to failure.
Information & technology managers are a crucial part of any organization. They strategically build and implement the information and communication structures on which businesses depend. By the time our students graduate, they have an in-depth knowledge of information technology systems and an insight into principled leadership that no other university can provide. This makes our graduates some of the most sought after employees in the nation.
The information & technology management (I&TM) program is designed for experienced IT professionals seeking to advance their career by broadening their IT and leadership knowledge.
The program includes courses in process mapping & management, project management and programming & strategy. As an I&TM graduate student, you will learn how to analyze and improve business processes while using innovative technologies to bring projects to an optimal completion.
Sue Conger, Ph.D., is a professor at the University of Dallas and also serves as director of information & technology management academic programs. She publishes extensively, speaks at conferences globally and teaches in Finland, Mexico, South Africa and New Zealand. She is involved in both academic and practitioner organizations relating to information systems, IT services management and organization management.
Growing up in a half-Irish Catholic family in Cincinnati, the seven Teller children knew a household full of music. Lucy, Brother Jonah and Brother Simon Teller have used the love of music instilled during childhood by their family to become musicians and produce music of their own.+ Read More
A few years back, the University of Dallas began to form a relationship with the Dallas Zoo, when Assistant Professor of Biology Deanna Soper, Ph.D., and her colleague, Professor of Psychology Scott Churchill, P.h.D., began taking class trips to the zoo. And in the spirit of further collaboration, the world's leading cheetah expert and conservationist, Laurie Marker, Ph.D., founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) sponsored by the Dallas Zoo, will join the UD community on Thursday, Oct. 25, to give a lecture about her work rescuing the world's fastest land mammal from extinction.+ Read More