Published on January 15, 2009
Claremont Graduate UniversitySchool of Information Systems & Technology : Claremont Graduate UniversitySchool of Information Systems & Technology Go Yoshida Director of Recruitment email@example.com TEL: (909) 607-3180 http://ist.cgu.edu/ Claremont Graduate University : Claremont Graduate University Founded in 1925 Award Master’s and PhD degrees in 22 disciplines 35 miles from downtown Los Angeles Focus on a high quality educational experience--small intimate classes taught by renown faculty Interdisciplinary studies Part of the 7 Claremont Colleges http://ist.cgu.edu The School of Information Systems & Technology : The School of Information Systems & Technology Founded in 1983 by Dr. Paul Gray One of 13 “IBM Universities” that received a $2 million gift from IBM 24 years ago to develop graduate programs in IS MS: Information Systems PhD: Management of Information Systems Our MS curriculum follows the Association for Information Systems model curriculum http://ist.cgu.edu IS&T’s School Mission : IS&T’s School Mission Our school’s mission is to teach Information Technology in the context of Business and Organizations. To put it another way, we graduate the architects who have a strong grounding in technology from a systems and business standpoint, and who are able to manage complex IT projects and people. http://ist.cgu.edu Key Features of IS&T : Key Features of IS&T World renown faculty researching and teaching leading edge topics: Knowledge Management and Learning, Technology Management & Assessment, Network & Telecom, Multimedia Systems, Network Security, Systems Interface Development, Text & Data Mining/Knowledge Discovery, and Community, Medical, and Bio Informatics Research intensive program Graduated most PhDs the last 14 years than any IS school in the US Small classes: average less than 20 students Flexible curriculum & dual degree options CIO Roundtable—Connected with local industry Truly Global: Over 800 students from 96 countries http://ist.cgu.edu Areas of Specialization : Areas of Specialization http://ist.cgu.edu Research Labs : Research Labs Network Convergence Lab (NCL) Director: Dr. Samir Chatterjee Claremont Information and Technology Institute (CITI) Director: Dr. Tom Horan Intelligent Systems Lab (ISL) Director: Dr. Gondy Leroy Social Learning Software Lab (SL2) Director: Dr. Terry Ryan http://ist.cgu.edu Degree Programs : Degree Programs MS Program [11 courses, no dissertation] 5 core 4 electives 2 core competencies 2 courses can be transferred in PhD Program [19 courses, dissertation] 6 core 4 research seminars 3 electives 6 cognate minor (6 courses can be transferred in) http://ist.cgu.edu Core Courses : Core Courses MS and PhD Program Database Concepts Network and Telecom Systems Analysis and Development Management of IT Information Systems Policy http://ist.cgu.edu Sample of Elective Courses : Sample of Elective Courses MS or PhD Program Project Management Knowledge Management Management of e-Governmental Systems Consulting in Information Systems Adv. Internet Tech. & Wireless Systems Security and Cryptography Information Systems Security e-Markets Web Development Data Warehousing Medical and Bio Informatics Knowledge Discovery (Data/Text Mining) Geographic Information Systems (GIS) http://ist.cgu.edu PhD Research Seminars (4 courses) : PhD Research Seminars (4 courses) Principles of IS Research (core) Overview of Research Methods Quantitative Research Methods Qualitative Research Methods Design Research Methods Research Seminar in Information Systems Doctoral Dissertation Research Seminar http://ist.cgu.edu PhD Program Outline : PhD Program Outline Cognate Minor (6 courses outside IS) Screening Exam (covers the 6 core courses) Students must have 3.5 GPA or better Qualifying Portfolio 1 refereed paper published in one of the following conference: AIS, ACM, IEEE, IFIP, IRMA 1 refereed journal article 1 grant proposal Post-secondary teaching experience Conference or journal review and consulting required Oral Exam Doctoral Dissertation http://ist.cgu.edu Admissions : Admissions Deadlines Fall (September): February 1st Spring (January): October 1st Rolling admissions Scholarships / Financial Aid Merit-based, all can apply Research assistantships available Average award range: 25-45% Full-tuition scholarship available as well Apply on the general application http://ist.cgu.edu Admissions – Required Docs. : Admissions – Required Docs. Application Form $55 Application Fee Personal Statement / Statement of Purpose Current Resume Official Transcripts 3 Letters of Recommendation Applicant Profile and Institutional Request Form (Scholarships) GRE or GMAT TOEFL or IELTS TOEFL: 79-80 IBT; 213 CBT; 550 PBT IELTS: 6.5 to 7 Not required if your degree is from a university that taught all courses in English, regardless of citizenship. Be sure to include a letter from your university confirming this. Online application: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/431.asp http://ist.cgu.edu Our Students’ Success : Our Students’ Success Papers Presented at Major Conferences Worldwide: Chien-Hung “Charlie” Chen; Ph.D. (2003); Taiwan “Online Asynchronous Software-Training Methods” Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) January 2004; Kona, Hawaii Sorin Gudea; Ph.D. (2005); Romania “Valuation of Information Technology and the Global Economy” Global Information Technology Management Conference (GITM) June 2004; San Diego, California “Online Learning Support Systems: How Do We Assess Their Value?” Proceedings of the 1st European Conf on e-Learning and Management Education, Toulouse, France, 2004 Bengisu Tulu, Ph.D. candidate; Turkey “Design and Development of a SIP-Based Video Conferencing Application” The Sixth IEEE International Conference on High Speed Networks and Multimedia Communications (HSNMC) July 2003; Estoril, Portugal http://ist.cgu.edu Our Students’ Success : Our Students’ Success Shih-Chen “Viva” Liu; Ph.D. (2003); Taiwan; “KMS-Enabled Individual Learning” Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) August 2004; New York, New York Celene Navarrete; Ph.D. student; Mexico Esperanza Huerta; Ph.D. (2002); Mexico “The Credibility of Online Messages” Information Resources Management Association Conference (IRMA) May 2004; New Orleans, Louisiana http://ist.cgu.edu Our Students’ Success : Our Students’ Success Murali Raman; Ph.D. (2005); Malaysia “Online Discussion Support Systems (wikis)” Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) August 2004; New York, New York Juan Manuel Gomez Reynoso; Ph.D. candidate; Mexico Kamla Al-Busaidi; Ph.D. (2005); Oman Bengisu Tulu; Ph.D. candidate; Turkey “Comparison Shopping Agents” Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) August 2004; New York, New York http://ist.cgu.edu Our Students’ Success : Our Students’ Success John C. Stager; Ph.D. candidate; USA “Spatial Decision Support Systems and Public Participation” ISOneWorld Conference; April 2004; Las Vegas, Nevada Bengisu Tulu; PhD candidate; Turkey “A New Security Framework for HIPAA-Compliant Health Information Systems”; “Physicians’ Acceptance of Web-Based Medical Assessment Systems: Findings from a National Survey” Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) August 2003; Tampa, Florida http://ist.cgu.edu Our Students’ Success : Our Students’ Success Tarun Abhichandani; Ph.D. candidate; India “Design, Development and Deployment of a SIP Video Client” 5th Annual ViDe/SURA Digital Video Workshop March 2003; Atlanta, Georgia “Middleware for Secured Video-Conferencing” Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) August 2003; Tampa, Florida Jon Saltzman, MS (2004); USA “Information Systems Security in Academia” Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) August 2004; New York, New York http://ist.cgu.edu Our Students’ Success : Our Students’ Success Sampling of Jobs Held by our Alumni: VP & CIO, Motion Pictures & Digital Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment Technical Development Manager, Global Information Technology, Colgate Palmolive Company Consultant, Price Waterhouse Coopers, LLP Systems Analyst, Boeing Software Engineer, Hitachi Ltd. Professor, California State Univ. Los Angeles Bio-Informatics Director, USC School of Medicine Comprehensive list: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/1751.asp http://ist.cgu.edu Appendix—Faculty Websites : Appendix—Faculty Websites Lorne Olfman: http://wfs.cgu.edu/olfmanl/index.html Samir Chatterjee: http://wfs.cgu.edu/chatters/home/ Tom Horan: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/1525.asp Terry Ryan: http://administration.cgu.edu/fac/ryant/ Gondy Leroy: http://beta.cgu.edu/Faculty/leroyg/ All Faculty: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/217.asp http://ist.cgu.edu
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