Why the Center for Information Systems & Technology?
The Center for Information Systems & Technology combines technically driven transdisciplinary scholarship in technology with a commitment to its application to important business and societal issues. Our “design-centric” approach emphasizes the creation of pragmatic technological solutions that help to understand and improve human performance to solve problems spanning applications in education, health, government, business, and more.
Our master’s and doctoral programs offer cutting-edge research concentrations that let you tailor your track of study toward your personal and professional interests while providing a flexible curriculum and schedule that accommodates both full-time students and working professionals. All experts in their fields of endeavor, CISAT faculty maintain valuable partnerships in labs and practicums that provide our students a unique industry-focused learning environment and enhanced career opportunities.
Facts & Statistics
The Center for Information Systems & Technology was founded in 1983 by Paul Gray. It currently has:
- 160 students
- 50 percent international students
- 16:1 student-to-faculty ratio
- 8 full-time faculty members
- More than 700 registered alumni