Faculty Bio


Jeffrey P. Corcoran, MS/MISAssociate Professor of Management Office: DeArment House
Tel: 617-243-2359
Email: jcorcoran@lasell.edu

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  • M.S. Management Information Systems (M.I.S), Boston University
  • M.B.A., Nichols College
  • B.S. Management Information Systems (M.I.S), Nichols College


  • BUSS 212 Management Information Systems
  • BUSS 235 Business Ethics
  • BUSS 440 Business Policy

Professor Jeff Corcoran's principle areas of interest include the impact of technology on business and society, electronic commerce, and ethical issues pertaining to business and technology. He is currently a member of a number of professional organizations focused on information systems and information technology education, and he is an active reviewer of business and technology textbooks.

Prior to his position at Lasell College, Professor Corcoran was Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at Nichols College, and before that worked in the insurance and manufacturing sectors as a Business Analyst/Programmer.

What do you like about teaching at Lasell College?
"One of the best things about teaching at a small college like Lasell is the small class size, which gives the students a chance to interact directly with the faculty. Having been a student at both a small college and a large university, I know what an advantage this is. As a faculty member, I know all of my students by name, and they know they can stop in my office to see me any time. This is a great atmosphere for learning. After more than two decades of college teaching, I am particularly interested in developing techniques for successful teaching and experimenting with new ideas and methodologies in the classroom."

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