Marcus Gubanyi teaches a variety of courses in computer science and mathematics at Concordia University, Nebraska. He also advises computer science majors, mentors the computer science and gaming clubs, analyzes academic data for the University Data Team and helps develop technology-related curriculum.
Gubanyi earned a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Concordia Nebraska and an M.A. in Mathematics from University of Kansas. He is currently working on a Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His research interests include geospatial data mining and applications of graph theory, focusing on using machine learning models to identify and quantify events in social processes.
Before coming to Concordia in 2018, Gubanyi worked as a software engineer, developing information systems for medical and government agencies.
Gubanyi and his wife, Jessica, have been together since high school and both graduated from Concordia. They have two sons.
Marcus Gubanyi's Academic Programs
Concordia University, Nebraska’s computer science program is designed to help you meet current and future challenges in technology- and application-related fields. Here, you can gain a strong fundamental foundation with an emphasis on practical functions of theoretical concepts.
The bachelor of arts in information technology degree from Concordia University, Nebraska integrates technology skill development with problem solving skills required in the fast-paced, rapidly changing global workplace. Our IT degree program builds a foundation in technical computer hardware and software skills, focusing on the essential components of IT systems to help you gain a strong understanding of the impact of information technology on many different professional fields.
Management Information Systems
Management information systems is a dynamic career field focused on employing technologies in ways that help businesses and organizations achieve their strategic goals and operational objectives. Information systems have become increasingly important as technology advances, creating a high demand for skilled individuals.