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The modern world is increasingly dependent on information. Gannon University's information systems program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to become a highly sought-after professional and put you at the forefront of this expanding and crucial discipline.
Gain real-world knowledge through key information systems courses including:
System Analysis and Design: Examine systems by analysis, modeling and design at the enterprise, process, logical, data and technology levels.
Dynamic Web Development: Learn to set up and configure the development environment for applications requiring a web client, web server, application server and relational database.
Network Design and Management and Lab: An advanced network design course covering contemporary network computing and the various hardware and software components that comprise these networks.
Our information systems program is designed for your success. Through curriculum flexibility and high-quality educational opportunities, you can:
Innovate, explore, analyze, automate and manage information systems, technology and projects, including data and business process modeling, requirements and project management.
“Throughout your education at Gannon, you will have opportunities to participate in actual, real-life field work, internships and research projects. The work you’ll do with amazing faculty will send you into the workforce ready to take on serious but fascinating challenges.”
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Stephen FrezzaProfessorDirector, SEID ProgramsChairperson
Mark BlairAssistant Professor
Joshua NwokejiAssociate Professor
Michael BeiterAdjunct Lecturer
Earl BriegerAdjunct Lecturer
Brian CamodecaAdjunct Lecturer
John CoffmanAdjunct Lecturer
Brian CollingwoodAdjunct Lecturer
Robbie GinnAdjunct Lecturer
Joseph KwashnakAdjunct Lecturer
Richard LambAdjunct Lecturer
Emmett LombardAdjunct Lecturer
David MarinoAdjunct Lecturer
Brian McIntyreAdjunct Lecturer
Adam NogajAdjunct Lecturer
Brad RhodesAdjunct Lecturer