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Information Technologies Department

The Information Technology department delivers exceptional, relevant, industry-informed experiences to students and practitioners in the fields of software engineering, enterprise systems engineering and computer information technology. Guided by Regis University Jesuit mission, learners in our programs receive high quality education, which is engaging, collaborative, rigorous, and industry-focused. Through a commitment to service and community engagement, graduates of our programs are able to leverage their experiences and expertise to improve the information technology systems and settings of the various organizations they serve.

Research and Development

Students become familiar with the foundational concepts of developing a problem statement for further investigation. Students gain the skills and knowledge to develop their capabilities to identify, categorize, evaluate and synthesize a body of knowledge for a specific purpose.


Specialization

Students can choose to specialize in Enterprise Java Multi-Tier Architecture, Mobile Applications Development, or Web Software Development.


Student Transformation

Through our programs students are equipped to become software developers/programmers, software solutions architects, cloud platforms architects, software project managers, software business analysts, software release engineers, software quality assurance engineers.


Software Architecture and Principles

At the heart of every well-engineered software system is its software architecture. Students learn how to craft software architectures that deals with the high-level building blocks that represent an underlying software system. These building blocks are the components (units of computation in a system), the connectors (models of the interactions between software components), and the configurations (arrangements of software components and connectors).

MSSE Story

Building software is hard. Software today is distributed, built by disparate teams, mobile, on the cloud, customizable, and always on. Software engineering is about building high quality computing solutions to real-life problems.

Meet the Information Technologies Faculty

Ed Lindoo, Ph.D.
Ed Lindoo, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

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Mohammad  Abu Matar, Ph.D.
Mohammad Abu Matar, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

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Walter Sulmeisters
Walter Sulmeisters

Director of Center for Common Good Computing

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Ishmael Thomas
Ishmael Thomas

Instructor

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