Stephen Haag, PhD

Daniels 315g
Professor of the Practice
Department of Business Information and Analytics
Stephen Haag

Biography at a Glance

Stephen Haag is the former faculty director for entrepreneurship for the Daniels College of Business Office of Entrepreneurship and former chair of the department of information technology and electronic commerce. Haag is also the Director of Assurance Learning, charged with facilitating the process and encouraging and stimulating a full-scale adoption of assurance of learning in the College. After receiving his doctorate in information systems from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1992, Haag was named assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. He joined the University of Denver faculty in 1995 and was named department chair in 2000.

When working with the media, Haag brings academic and community-based perspective to discussions of societal impacts of technology. He has been quoted in Parenting magazine and on Internet safety and was profiled by the Chicago Tribune in a feature on “Identity Terrorism.”


  • PhD, Information Systems, The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA)
  • MBA, Business Administration, West Texas State University (WTSU)
  • BBA, Computer Information Systems, West Texas State University (WTSU)

Academic Leadership Positions Held

  • Chair, Department of Information Technology & Electronic Commerce, Daniels College of Business
  • Director, Master of Science in Information Technology
  • Director, Advanced Technology Center

Academic Positions Held

  • Associate Professor-in-Residence, Daniels College of Business
  • Assistant Professor, Texas A&M International University
  • Assistant Professor, The University of Minnesota Duluth


  • Public school administration (K–12)
  • Coin collecting
  • Cub and Boy Scouts
  • Stamp collecting
  • Adopting children internationally

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