Join the Future Focus: Careers in Technology Webinar Series
Can you imagine where we’d be today without technology? Technology is critical to business—especially in today’s work-from-home culture—and those who don’t have a solid understanding of it are at a huge disadvantage. The future belongs to those who not only understand data, but are trained and skilled in how to analyze, manage, and direct how it is viewed and used within organizations. Learn how to turn your interest and experience in technology, information systems, data, and analytics to build your career as a leader in business with the Future Focus: Careers in Technology webinar series. Each webinar is hosted by an academic leader and features a panel of experts who dig deep into a technology specialization, discuss the skills you’ll need to succeed in the area, and explore potential career paths it can open up for you. Register now.
Moderator: Dr. Rachna Kumar, Dean California School of Management & Leadership
“Due to the increase in cloud computing, big data, and information security, computer and info tech jobs are expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations.”
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook
Future Focus: Careers in Analytics and Big Data
July 16 @ 4:00pm PT
Data and analytics have become the foundation of business strategy, and the people who can transform data into business insight are in demand in all business sectors. Learn about the many opportunities in this leading-edge field.
Future Focus: Careers in Digital Marketing
July 30 @ 4:00pm PT
Customers now live their lives online, from socializing to networking to research to purchasing, and digital marketing is at the center of most companies’ growth and communication strategies. Learn how technology and data have transformed business strategy and why the outlook for careers in this field is bright.
Future Focus: Careers in IT Management
August 13 @ 4:00pm PT
No longer relegated to the server room, IT management professionals are now finding their way into the executive suite, and not just in technology companies. Learn how technology leaders are working their way up the ladder to become business leaders.
Future Focus: Careers in Healthcare Technology and Analytics
August 27 @ 4:00pm PT
The value of data in healthcare has never been clearer than during the current pandemic. From clinical settings to research labs, data is at the center of healthcare, helping to diagnose, predict, and report. Learn how you can join this fascinating field.
Dr. Rachna Kumar
Dean and Professor of Information Systems and Technology, CSML
Dr. Aaron Wester
Chief Analytics Officer Foundation Enterprise
Senior Analytics Leader for CORTAC / Microsoft
Business Analyst Manager for Goldstar Events
Data Architect, MobileSmith Health
Dr. Huiyu Qian
Assistant Professor, CSML
Dr. Ghassan Hanna
Core Faculty, CSML
Dr. Dexter Francis
Software Engineer Manager, CACI International Inc.
Vice President for Digital Innovation, Franciscan Health
Senior Operations Researcher and Data Scientist for Navy Medicine, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, US Navy
Dr. Kabalan Elahmadie
Senior Software Engineer, Terra Vista Software
Head Instructor of Software Engineering, Sabio Engineering and Security Professionals
Vice President, Power Digital Marketing
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