Faculty in the Division of Information Technology & Sciences

All of our programs link theory and practice through hands-on learning. Your classes will never be in a lecture hall with 300 people; you'll be working in small groups on real-world projects that will get you ready for future internships and positions in your industry. 

At Champlain, your professors are current and former professionals from your field, who will be able to give you up-to-date insider tips about your industry. With our small class sizes, faculty can work with you one-on-one to help you shape and accomplish your academic and career goals.

If you have questions about your future major, feel free to contact a faculty member who teaches in the major in which you are interested. Below, you will find a listing of our full-time and part-time faculty, and as you click through to their individual profiles, you will find all their program affiliations, educational credentials, and contact information.

Related Graduate programs: MS in Information Security, MS in Digital Forensic Science.

Dean, Division of Information Technology & Sciences

Scott Stevens