CS 4532-DE is offered by George Washington University (3 credits)
The convergence of law, business, and technology over the past 50 years has brought about unprecedented changes to the role that information plays in national and international arenas as well as how it is used by both business and government. Information Policy delves into the impact of this convergence on the use of information as a societal, governmental, and economic instrument.
Dr. C. Dianne Martin joined GW in 1983 as a computer science instructor and chaired the computer science department from 2002-2005. She also served at GW as director of the Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute and as Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies and Academic Affairs. From 2005-2007, Dr. Martin served as dean of the College of Information Technology at Zayed University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In her current role as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, Dr. Martin is responsible for all matters related to the life cycle of a GW faculty member. She received her B.A. in Economics and Mathematics Education from Western Maryland College, her M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, and her Doctor of Education degree in teacher education from GW.