MINNEAPOLIS, May 16, 2007 – It is a new world for IT professionals. They must solve messy, ill-defined problems for their organizations, and develop creative and innovative solutions that have a real impact on the business – both financial and human. Dr. Keith Morneau, faculty chair for Capella University’s undergraduate information technology program, will address those issues when he presents at the Interop conference in Las Vegas on May 22. Capella University is an accredited* online university, and recently began offering a PhD in information technology. Nearly 85 percent of Capella’s students are pursuing master’s or PhD degrees online. Read the rest of this entry »


MINNEAPOLIS, February 27, 2007 – Between 2004 and 2014, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that more than half a million college and university faculty positions will need to be filled due to faculty retirements and growth in the number of college-age students. The need will be most acute in popular, fast-growing fields of study, including business and information technology (IT). Read the rest of this entry »