The Right People on Your Side
At Elmhurst University, your program director will be there for you at every step of the way—from choosing classes to launching a career.
Graduate program directors at Elmhurst are experienced professionals and scholars with vast expertise in their fields. They’ve consulted with Fortune 500 companies, published influential textbooks, won prestigious awards and much more.
But most of all, they’re dedicated mentors whose top priority is you. From the moment you apply to graduation and beyond, your program director will work with you one on one to customize your course of study and prepare you for a brilliant future.
Meet Our Program Directors
Assistant Professor, Psychology; Program Director, M.A. Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Associate Professor, Business & Economics; Program Director, MBA
Professor, Business & Economics; Program Director, M.S. in Project Management
Professor, Business & Economics; Program Director, M.S. in Supply Chain Management; Director, Supply Chain Think Tank
Professor, Education; Program Director, MAT in Early Childhood Education and M.Ed. in Early Childhood Special Education
Professor, Education; Program Director, M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership
Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders; Program Director, M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Assistant Professor, Nursing and Health Sciences; Program Director, Master's Entry in Nursing Practice
Assistant Professor, Nursing and Health Sciences; Program Director, M.S. in Nursing
Assistant Professor, MOT Program; Program Director, Master of Occupational Therapy
Instructor, Geography and GIS; Program Director, M.S. in Geography and Environmental Studies; Certificate in GIS
Associate Professor, Computer Science & Information Systems; Program Director, M.S. in Computer Information Technology
Professor, Computer Science & Information Systems; Program Director, M.S. in Data Science and Analytics
As program director, I know every single individual in the program. I know why they’re here, and I know what they’re looking to do. That personal touch is more than a saying—it’s very real in the way that we interact and relate with all of our students. —Jim Kulich, M.S. in Data Science Program Director