Master in Intercultural Business Communication
Web Content Management
Scientific field of social sciences, scientific field of information and communication sciences. Scientific branch of information systems and informatics
Business Information systems, Information technologies, E-learning, Sustainable development.
Ivan Strugar was born on July 27, 1957, in Vinkovci, Croatia. He earned a degree in Economics at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb on December 5, 1983, and a master’s degree in Varaždin in 1991. He acquired his doctoral degree at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb in 1997.
Prof. Dr. Strugar has worked as an editor of IT publications, a programmer, senior programmer and designer of business applications. On October 17, 2017, he became a permanent professor in the field of Information Sciences, Branch Information Systems and Informatology at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb.
As a visiting professor or guest lecturer, he teaches at the Technical University of Zagreb, at the University of Dubrovnik, at the Faculty of Economics at the University of Sarajevo, and the Faculty of Commercial and Business Sciences in Celje.
He is the co-author of 11 textbooks and the author and co-author of 6 high school textbooks.
His areas of research are the application of IT solutions in business, collaborative technology and their application in the business environment, IT management, office information systems, connecting business and IT, application of ICT in accounting and controlling, e-business and sustainable development in tourism. He has conducted several surveys on the application of information technology in business, controlling, tourism, and information technology in banking.
He teaches across a series of colleges in the field of IT, for specialist post-graduate studies, as well as undergraduate, graduate and professional studies at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb. He has also taught in English on the Bachelor Degree in Business and Masters in Managerial Informatics.
His taught topics include: Business Informatics, Business Information Systems, Office Information Systems, Document Management, Information Technologies, Information Systems in Financial Organization, Application of
Computers in Business Practice, Collaboration Systems, Web Design and Metrics, Data and Process Management, Collaboration Systems and Network Design.