Title: Assistant Professor, College of Business & Management
Campus: Pomona, Calif.
Michael Magro is an assistant professor at DeVry University where he teaches classes in the areas of business, information technology and computer science. His areas of specialty are business, finance, information technology and computer science.
Mr. Magro has been teaching at DeVry University for 2 years. He has 10 years of experience in developing curriculum and teaching a variety of business-related graduate and undergraduate level courses. The courses he has developed have been for both on-ground and online learning. While teaching, he also served as Chief Information Officer for the USC Credit Union and the LA Financial Credit Union. He has extensive experience as an IT professional with a strong focus in the areas of strategic planning, budget and controlling multimillion-dollar centers, designing, implementing and managing data centers and negotiating contracts with vendors and clients.
He is a 2010 recipient of the Ron Taylor Award from DeVry University and received the Instructor of the Year Award from American Intercontinental University in 2000.
Mr. Magro is currently working on his dissertation for his doctorate on the correlation between credit union management decisions and legislation. He holds a bachelor’s of science from Loyola Marymount University, a master’s of technology management from American University and is pursuing his doctoral degree in public policy and planning from the University of Southern California.
- The role of management is always changing and globalization is the biggest factor today that we must learn to manage.
- Technology is a tool that we use, but if you have a weak business model, the tools used don’t matter. Technology is important, but the basic ideas are the same.
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