NOVEMBER 5-9, 2018
Official Conference of the
International Institute of Business Analysis 

Jeffrey Brewer

Professor, Purdue University

Jeffrey Brewer

Professor Brewer is an associate professor in the Computer and Information Technology department at Purdue University. He is also the co-director of the department's professional MS degree programs in project management and business analysis. Professor Brewer teaches courses and conducts applied research in the areas of project management, telecare/telemedicine technologies, and systems analysis and design. He is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute. Before joining the faculty at Purdue, he spent 20 years in industry as an IT project manager and just before returning to Purdue, as a chief information officer. He worked in various industries including: defense, specialty chemicals, and discreet manufacturing. Professor Brewer's other research interests are in computer-aided software engineering and agile systems development methodologies. In addition to teaching, he continues to maintain an active consulting practice with various different industry environments, including specialty retail, manufacturing, and medical association management. He spent most of those 20 years in a project manager role.

Jeffrey's 2017 Presentations:

  1. Entities, Objects, & Classes Oh My — A BA's Definitive Guide to Modeling Business Data Requirements
    Friday, November 10, 2017 (9:00 am – 10:00 am)

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