About Anderson College

Anderson College of Business and Computing students positively influence our businesses, communities and world. Through our rigorous academics and innovative curriculum, we challenge today’s dynamic learners to become the ethical leaders our world needs most. We champion your personal and professional achievements, offer bountiful service opportunities and encourage innovation so that your future possibilities are limitless.

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Our Mission

Anderson College of Business and Computing prepares students for exceptional success, distinction and compassion via critical thinking and values-based experiential learning – all to enhance the world's economic, environmental and social well-being.

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Focus on Stewardship

Everything we do is aligned with our five stewardship principles. These serve as the foundation for your education, anchoring you with skills to better attack the complex challenges facing society today.

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Recognized for Excellence

Regis University has been designated as a National Center for Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the NSA and DHS since 2007, is home to ABET- and GAC-accredited programs, and we're proud to produce graduates at both the undergraduate and graduate level who continue on to become leaders and stewards of society.

Skills to Succeed and Lead in Transcendent Times

In an era where lines are blurring between business and technology, the world needs graduates who possess a growing diversity of knowledge and skills, complemented by agility and purpose. This innovative college integrates business learning with computing, systems thinking and humanistic Jesuit values. That makes our graduates decidedly different – exceptionally prepared, resilient and imbued with the conviction to seek and make great change.

In our cutting-edge programs, our students and faculty – who have academic and applied industry experience – work together to connect with the marketplace and community to act as forces for change and progress. Our centers focus on information assurance, cybersecurity, economic and environmental sustainability, innovation, and common good computing.

Experiential learning opportunities range from starting new businesses in our Innovation Challenge or competing in the Rocky Mountain College Cyber Defense Competition. Students work alongside alumni and community members to hone the competencies that will lead to fulfilling careers and making a positive impact in the world.

Redefining Business as Usual


  • Protect all living creatures and the environment.
  • Collaborate on solutions to society’s complex problems.
  • Focus on the lasting effects of decisions.
  • Understand the systemic effects of actions.
  • Champion inclusivity and putting others first.
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Shari Plantz-Masters, Ph.D.
Dean, Anderson College of Business and Computing

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Advisory Boards

Anderson College of Business and Computing benefits from advisory bodies designed to ensure its academic programs stay relevant to the marketplace and fulfill the University's mission. Advisory board members are listed below.

Barry Henderson
CEO / COO / Board Member
Strategic Alliances

Mike Casullo
Chief Information Officer

Tom Van De Bogart
Retired Director of Finance, Support Manufacturing
Miller Coors, LLC

Monica Coughlin
Chief Operating Officer
Colorado Technology Association

Jason Greager
Managing Account Director

Jagan Gudur
Chief Information Officer
Regis University

Tony Hadzi

Sherisse Hawkins
CEO / Co-founder

Marina Johnson
CIO / Founder
MOST Programming, Inc.

Greg Quirk
Practice Director, Professional Services

John Sims
Chief Technology Officer


Dr. Paul Bauer
Professor Emeritus
University of Denver

Dr. Michael Mortensen
Software Engineer

Dr. Alan Rossi
Senior Director
IBM and Regis University Affiliate Faculty

Dr. Cathleen Wharton
Senior Manager
Oracle Corporation

Darrell Kent
Senior Manager 
RM District Hitachi Data Systems

Bill Masters
Principal Software Engineer

Dennis Snider
Department of the Interior Policy and Programs
Human Resources Bureau of Reclamation

Steve Wille
Senior Facilitator and Workshop Development

Jamie Yancy
Chief Operating Officer
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Marina Johnson
CIO / Founder
MOST Programming, Inc.

Todd Brett
Chief Operating Officer
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Chavone Jacobs
St. SAP Strategy