Amjad Abdullat, Ed.D.
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Professor of Computer Information Systems
Office: Classroom Center, Room 220A
Dr. Abdullat serves as the associate dean of undergraduate programs and professor of computer information Systems in the College of Business. Dr. Abdullat has B.S. and B.A. degrees from California State University at Sacramento. He also has a M.B.A. from National University of San Diego and a Ed.D. from Pepperdine University. Dr. Abdullat's dissertation topic covered the topic "The Need for Paradigm Shift in Information Technology Planning." Dr. Abdullat is one of the founding principles and member of the board of directors of Edmin.com. Edmin is a comprehensive technology enterprise providing learning organizations with the next generation of web-based products, applications and services.
Teaching and Related Service
Dr. Abdullat teaches courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the areas of Management Information Systems, Database Design System Analysis and Design, Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Telecommunications Management and Process Re-Engineering.
Research and Creative Activity Dr. Abdullat's research interests are transdisciplinary. His research combines technical skills from information systems and analytical skills from economics. He focuses his research on the development and deployment of advanced information technologies and approaches to information systems education.