Tag Archives: Information Technology

Is Information Technology the Right Fit for Me?

Globe University-Woodbury Information Technology (IT) Program Chair, Tunji Akanbi, has been teaching IT with Globe for the past eight years. Prior to teaching, he worked as a web developer and is fluent in the following web development languages HTML 5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP & SQL. “I have always been fascinated by computers and how raw data
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10 Key Qualities for IT

Working in IT allows you to play a key role in a business’s success, and while you’ll need plenty of technical know-how, there are some other skills that will help you out as well. Great Communication Skills: In IT, you need to be able to not only implement ideas and keep up with technology, but
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LinkedIn Tips for IT Professionals

As you enter the job market in search of IT jobs, you may find yourself a little dazzled by all of the options out there. How can you position yourself to be found by recruiters offering information technology jobs? One tool that should be in your tool belt as you start the search is LinkedIn.
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Coding Bootcamps 101

Even a cursory understanding of programming and web design can pay dividends in the workforce, but an in-depth understanding of these concepts is key to landing a lucrative job in software development. Coding boot camps supply this in-depth knowledge by placing students in an immersive and very focused learning environment. Upon completion, students emerge with
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Navy Veteran Furthers Career with MN School of Business IT Degrees

After spending eight years working on computer systems that can shoot cruise missiles from Navy ships, Josh McGowan departed from the Navy to pursue a career in Information Technology. However, Josh said he did not have a degree. So he was wondering with all of his experience and knowledge what the next steps would be. “In today’s market,
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Globe University IT Chair says Rigged Wis. Lottery Crime Took Another Level of Expertise

Investigators released new evidence in April 2016, that they say shows how a former lottery security official was able to rig drawings across five states, using a random number generator to help produce the winning tickets. Charges have been filed against brothers for allegedly manipulating drawing computers and after investigators made links to tainted jackpots in
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Four Strategies to a Successful Applied Learning Project

The first Professional Communications I class of the newly-designed career path learning model at the Minnesota School of Business-Richfield campus blazes the way for students to see firsthand how applied learning benefits both themselves and their partner organization. Ms. Rita Hillmann Olson, MSB-Richfield accounting instructor, and treasurer of HIS Haven Ranch, presented the challenge of
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MSB Lakeville Welcomes New IT Program Chair

Recently, Minnesota School of Business- Lakeville welcomed the newest addition to their faculty: Carie Allen. Carie accepted the position of information technology program chair after being an adjunct instructor at the campus for several quarters. Carie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Physics and Mathematics and a minor in business administration from the University
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Globe University IT Program Chair Demonstrates ‘We Care’ Mission on a Daily Basis

Growing up the second eldest of five siblings in Nigeria, information technology program chair Tunji Akanbi learned the importance of taking care of others. He uses that same philosophy in his classroom at Globe University. “I see my students as my younger siblings in a way,” says Akanbi. “We all look out for each other.
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Student Spotlight: IT Student and Library Research Award Winner

The winner of Winter Quarter Library Research Award is Robin Erickson. We interviewed Robin about his Globe-La Crosse experience and to ask him what tips he could pass along to his fellow students on receiving an A on a research paper. Robin is an information technology degree candidate and working towards his bachelor of science. He
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