Ph.D. Information Systems
- The Information Systems Ph.D. program is designed to produce scholars with a commanding knowledge of both theory and practice of Information Systems for complex applications and environments.
- Information Systems Ph.D. dissertations must make a substantial scientific contribution to their particular area of research.
The graduates of our Ph.D. program will be able to demonstrate the ability to:
- Understand fundamental knowledge of and apply research methods within a student’s chosen focus of Human-Centered Computing or data intensive research.
- Critically examine research in the student’s chosen research area.
- Develop research questions, design research methodologies, implement systems, interpret results and discuss implications for a research project in the student’s chosen research area.
- Teach effectively in one Information Systems course.
View the CurriculumCourse listing and prerequisites
Wu, Yi-Fang Brook
Associate Professor and Chair
Provost and Senior Executive Vice President
Halper, Michael H.
IT Program Director
Hoover, Amy K.
Lee, Michael J.
Phan, Hai Nhat
Wohn, Donghee Yvette