Jesús G. Borrego,
CPS Lead Faculty, School of Computer & Information Sciences
Ph.D., Applied Management and Decision Sciences with emphasis in Information Systems
Management, Walden University, Minneapolis,
M.S. Computer Science, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Cal. State University, Fullerton, CA
B.S. Computer Science, Cal. State University, Dominguez Hills, CA
I have over 20 years of experience in
software development in telecommunications, networks, satellite
communications, graphical user interfaces and database applications. I
have been teaching at Regis University Undergraduate and Graduate programs
I teach the following undergraduate courses:
Computer Science: CS 208, Computer
Science Fundamentals; CS 320, C Programming; CS 361, Control Structures; CS 362, Data Structures; CS 372, Advanced Programming and Algorithms;
CS 430, Operating Systems; CS432, Modern Software Engineering; CS 433, Computer Security; CS 434, Java
Programming; CS 437, Advanced Data and File Structures; CS 440, Computer
Organization and Architecture; CS 444, Software Engineering; CS 450, Data
Networks; CS 465, UNIX Operating Systems; CS 468, Advanced UNIX;
and CS 493, Senior Capstone.
Computer Information Systems/Information
CIS 206, Business Software Applications;
CIS 313, Introduction to Database Concepts; CIS 318, Ethics for the IT Professional; CIS 425, Systems
Analysis and Design; CIS 442, Database Programming; CIS 445, Database Management; CIS 455, Management Information Systems;
and CIS 460, Decision Support Systems; CIS 480, Managing
Technology for Business Strategies; CIT 331, Fundamentals of
Security Management; CIT 452, Systems Administration.
In addition, I teach the following
graduate courses: MSIA 672, Managing a Secure Enterprise; MSIA 673,
Legal Basics in Cyber and Information Security; MSIA 674, Planning and Implementing Architecture
Security; MSIA 676, Securing and Protecting Systems,
Applications, and Data; MSIA 682, Computer Forensics; and MSCC 610, Information Technology Concepts.
I am a Senior Member of IEEE and IEEE Computer Society, Member of the ACM,
MY TEACHING PHILOSOPHY:
Adult students have many conflicting priorities: family, work, social
activities, school, church. The student deserves a quality
education. When a student enrolls in an accelerated course, he/she
understands that there is a time investment required. In return,
the student expects to learn something from that course. My job is
to help the student understand the material, but I cannot do the
learning for the student. I will challenge the student and the student
will learn something from my courses and will have the ability to apply
the concepts learned to real world problems. I see adult education as a
partnership between the instructor and the students.
I am married, have five children and eight grandchildren. I am
originally from Texas and now live in Denver, Colorado.
I am an ITIL Configuration Manager Architect and CM Tools Manager for Western Union,
in Englewood, Colorado.
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