Instructor, Southern Polytechnic State University, GA

Spring 2010

  • Introduction to Systems Engineering (Master's, Online)
    • Online Course, offered as part of Division of Engineering
    • Using WebCT VISTA and Wimba Horizon Live Classroom
    • Course content included essential principles, processes and practices associated with Systems Engineering, such as requirements development, system specifications, life cycles, optimization of system parameters, etc.

  • Quantitative Foundations for Systems Engineering (Master's, Online)
    • Online Course, offered as part of Division of Engineering
    • Using WebCT VISTA and Wimba Horizon Live Classroom
    • Course content included introduction to concepts and tools in statistics and calculus, with applications to engineering design, systems analysis, and quality management problems. Concepts include probability, random variables, distributions, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, limit of functions, derivatives and integrals.

  • Managing Technical Efforts Associated with Systems Creation (Master's, Online)
    • Online Course, offered as part of Division of Engineering
    • Using WebCT VISTA and Wimba Horizon Live Classroom
    • Course content included the systems approach to the selection, design, execution, control, evaluation, and termination of projects to meet project objectives and customer expectations. Fundamental tools of Project Management, scheduling tools and techniques are explored.


Adjunct Assistant Professor, Old Dominion University, VA

Spring 2010

  • Statistical Concepts in Engineering (Undergraduate, Live)
    • Live Course, offered as part of Undergraduate Minor Degree in Engineering Management
    • Course content: Introduction to concepts and tools in probability and statistics, with applications to engineering design, systems analysis, and quality management problems. Concepts included probability, random variables, distributions, hypothesis testing and regression analysis.

  • Introduction to Engineering Management (Undergraduate, Live)
    • Live Course, offered as part of Undergraduate Minor Degree in Engineering Management
    • Course Content: Introduction to principles of engineering management and organizational behavior as they apply to the engineering profession. Emphasis on Project Management, Team Building, Leadership, Marketing of technology, Production Activities.

Fall 2009

  • Introduction to Engineering Management (Undergraduate, Live)
    • Offered as part of Undergraduate Minor Degree in Engineering Management
    • Course Content: Introduction to principles of engineering management and organizational behavior as they apply to the engineering profession. Emphasis on Project Management, Team Building, Leadership, Marketing of technology, Production Activities.
  • Decision Techniques in Engineering (Undergraduate, Live)
    • Offered as part of Undergraduate Minor Degree in Engineering Management
    • Course Content: Introduction to Linear Programming, Uncertainty and Risk, Sensitivity Analysis, Linear Programming Applications, Modeling and Simulation, Decision Analysis, Queuing and Waiting Models
  • Program Capstone (Graduate, Asynchronous)
    • Offered as part of the Master of Engineering Management (M.E.M.) Program

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Old Dominion University, VA, 2003-2009

  • Instructor
    • Introduction to Engineering Management (Asynchronous)
    • Statistical Concepts in Engineering (Live and Televised)

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant
    • Project Management
    • Systems Engineering Management
    • Logistics and Supply Chain Management
    • Introduction to Engineering Management