Robert Burrows

Bob Burrows

Adjunct Professor

Computer Information Systems

I am currently teaching CIS1400-001 in Fall of 2019.  Click course link above and to the left to see course description and syllabus

I don't have formal office hours this semester, but you can contact me by email at to make arrangements for outside class assistance.

Professional Background
2017-present adjunct faculty COD 
1996-2017 Sr Project Manager - BMO/Harris Bank Chicago PMP 
1983-1996 Software Developer/Operations Manager Unisys
1978-1982 Academic Computer Coordinator Triton College
1974-1978 Burroughs now Unisys Corporation Sr System Representative

Educational Background
1981 MBA University of Chicago specialization Information Systems
1974 BS University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana Computer Science Engineering

Other COD courses I have taught 
I have taught C programming, Java programming and Advanced Java programming

Teaching Style
My Teaching Style is to have fun and do what it takes to help you learn. I am very understanding of committments in both your work and personal life and we will try to work class around these life priorities - yet still complete the classwork.

Projects and Hobbies
My hobbies include x-country sking, biking, yoga, tennis, traveling, reading, computer pictures and movie making on my Mac, Monarch Butterfly restoration, playing with grandson, Roger, and Granddaughter, Dayton

My latest travels with my wife appear below:

Apostle islands