Academic Program Chair for the Information Technology Management, Information Security and Health and Medical Informatics programs; Instructor in the Rabb School of Continuing Studies, Division of Graduate Professional Studies
Ph.D., Capella University
Field of Specialty
Organization and management, software engineering methodologies, software requirements engineering, distance education, managing information technologies.
Cynthia Phillips, PhD, is currently serving as an instructor and as the Academic Chair of the IT Management, Information Security and Health and Medical Informatics Programs. Her background is in software development, requirements engineering, and information systems management. She has also taught a variety of industry seminars and has been involved in online education at Brandeis and other institutions.
Phillips, Cynthia. Requirements Modeling with UML: A study of perceived usefulness & ease of use. Diss. Capella University, 3/1/09. Koln, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2009.
Phillips, Cynthia. "International Distance Education." UCEA, New Orleans, LA. March 2008.
Phillips,Cynthia. "Does Going to Class in Your Pajamas Sound Like Fun?." ACHE Conference Paper, 2002.
|RMGT||101||Perspectives on Information Technology|
|RMGT||102||Strategic Information Technology: Operational Strategy|
|RMGT||103||Strategic Information Technology: Organizational Strategy|
|RMGT||110||Organizational Leadership and Decision Making|
|RMGT||120||Legal and Ethical Practices in IT|
|RMGT||125||Managing Today’s Technology Professionals|
|RSAN||110||Business Intelligence, Analytics and Decision Making|