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3.7.1

Faculty Competence
The institution employs competent faculty members qualified to accomplish the mission and goals of the institution. When determining acceptable qualifications of its faculty, an institution gives primary consideration to the highest earned degree in the discipline. The institution also considers competence, effectiveness, and capacity, including, as appropriate, undergraduate and graduate degrees, related work experiences in the field, professional licensure and certifications, honors and awards, continuous documented excellence in teaching, or other demonstrated competencies and achievements that contribute to effective teaching and student learning outcomes. For all cases, the institution is responsible for justifying and documenting the qualifications of its faculty.

Off-site Preliminary Judgment
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Narrative
Summary

The Committe expressed some concerns about several faculty members. (See Committe Faculty Roster) All faculty listed by the Committee were reviewed with respect to qualifications to teach the courses assigned. Some faculty listed are no longer employed at the college (Fabian Nabangi, Daton Pegues, Brian King, Amanda Segwick, Gabriel Miller, John Ekwoucha, Georges Nana, Rosario Vickery) . Transcripts are provided for all faculty listed. Resumes and teaching evaluations are provided in some cases.

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Courses Taught

Relevant Academic Degrees and Course Credits Earned

Other Qualifications

Abghari, Siavash (F)

Allen, Cheryl (F)





Advanced Corporate Finance, HBA 432 (Fall 2006; Spring 2007) (U)

Management of Financial Institutions, HBA 431 (Fall 2006; Spring 2007)





 

Principles of Accounting I, HBA 211 (Fall 2006) U;

Principles of Accounting II, HBA 212 (Spring 2007) (U)

Auditing 412 (Fall 2006) (U)

Ph.D Economics, University of Georgia. Earned course credits in teaching field:

Central Bank and Monetary Management(3/sem-hrs);

International Monetary Theory and Policy(3/sem); International Trade Theory and Policy (5/qrt-hrs) Money Market Institutions( 04/qrt-hrs); Monetary Bank Theory (04/qrt-hrs); Seminar Finance Theory I (5/qrt-hrs); Seminar Finance Theory II (5/qr-hrs); Seminar Finance Theory III (5/qtr-hrs); Investment Analysis (5/qrt-hrs).



Ph.D Business Administration, University of Ga., with a major concentration in accounting. MBA in Accounting, Atlanta University (now CAU). Earned course credits in teaching field:

Accounting Rsch Seminar I (5/qrt-hrs); Accounting Rsch Seminar II (5/qrt-hrs); Accounting Rsch Seminar III (5/qrt-hrs); Accounting Doctoral Research (15/qrt-hrs); Intermediate Accounting (3/sem-hrs); Seminar In Accounting (3/sem-hrs); Federal Income Tax (3/sem-hrs); Auditing (3/sem-hrs); Problems In Accounting (3/sem-hrs); Advanced Accounting (3/sem-hrs).

Finance related research: “Political Economy of Islamic Banking in Iran;” Tehran Stock Exchange and Iran’s Economic Performance.” (See resume)

 

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Relevant Academic Degrees and Course Credits Earned

Other Qualifications

Duffy, Norrene (F)



Elu, Juliet (P)

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Management Information Systems
HBA 322 (Fall 2006; Spring 2007) (U)

Principles of Management
HBA 250 (Fall 2006; Spring 2007) (U)

Organizational Behavior HBA 450 (Fall 2006) (U)

MS Mgt Info-Systems Engineering, Stanford University: Earned course credits in teaching field:

Linear Systems (4/qrt-hrs); Engineering Economics(3/qrt-hrs); Digital Controls (4/qrt-hrs); Info Systems (1/qrt-hr); Adaptive Systems( 3/qrt-hrs); Digital Controls II( 3/qrt-hrs); Numerical Methods (3/qrt-hrs); Industrial Accounting (4/qrt-hrs); Computer Organization (3/qrt-hrs).



Ph.D Economics, University of Utah, MS in Economics, Utah State University. Earned course credits in teaching field:

715-Labor and Manpower (4/qrt-hrs); 716-Labor and Manpower (4/qrt-hrs); Mgt/Organization Behavior (4/qrt-hrs); Intro to Labor (3/qrt-hrs); New Work Systems (3/qrt-hrs); Wage & Salary Administration (3/qrt-hrs); Collective Bargaining (Collective Bargaining (3/qrt-hrs); Manpower Planning & Evaluation (3/qrt-hrs).

President and Founder of RED Bridge Consulting (Information Technology firm), Inc.

Projects: Customer Information System, City of Atl; Enterprise Resource Planning, City of Atl; PeopleSoft Implementation, City of Minneapolis; CIS and CMMS Implementation, Fulton County. (see resume)

 

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Courses Taught

Relevant Academic Degrees and Course Credits Earned

Other Qualifications

Hollingsworth, Keith (F)

Kamuche, Felix, (F)

Special Topics of Management
HBA 454 (Fall 2006) (U)

Management Decision Sciences
HBA 328 (Fall 2006; Spring 2007) (U)

Statistics I
ECO 221 (Fall 2006; Spring 2007)

Ph.D and MS in Industrial Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology. Earned course credits in teaching field:

Forecasting Systems (3/qrt-hrs); Inventory Systems (3/qrt-hrs); linear Models In Operations Research (4/qrt-hrs); Human Decision Making (3/qrt-hrs); Scheduling Theory (3/qrt-hrs); Applied Regression Analysis I & II (6/qrt-hrs); Analysis of Production Operations (3/qrt-hrs); Advanced Simulation (3/qrt-hrs); Optimization I & II (6/qrt-hrs); Stochastic Processes I & II (6/qrt-hrs); Math Statistics I & II (6/qrt-hrs.



Ph.D Higher Education & Management, University of North Texas, MBA, Jackson State University. Earned course credits in teaching field:

Education Statistics (3/sem-hrs); Statistics Ed Research (3/sem-hrs); Methods in Education Research (3/sem-hrs); Planning & Analytical Systems (3/sem-hrs); High Education Finance (3/sem-hrs); Personnel & Industrial Relations (3/sem-hrs); Managements Systems (3/sem-hrs); Organization Theory (3/sem-hrs); Advanced Managerial Accounting (Advanced Managerial Accounting (3/sem-hrs); Human Relations & Organization Behavior (3/sem-hrs); Special Problems in Finance (3/sem-hrs); Statistics in Business Decisions (3/sem-hrs); Business Policy (3/sem-hrs); Computer Applications (3/sem-hrs); Managerial Marketing (3/sem-hrs)

 

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Relevant Academic Degrees and Course Credits Earned

Other Qualifications

Mr. Subhash Bhatia

M.S., Chemistry, University of Delhi

 

Mr. Bhatia has been assigned to non-teaching duties pending review of his credentials. (See letter from Chemistry Department, Dr. John Hall)

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Relevant Academic Degrees and Course Credits Earned

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Ms. Jamila Lyn (F)

Eng.Comp. I [w/Eng. 200 03] 101 - (Fall 2006) (U); English Composition II 102 - (Fall 2006) (U) English Comp. I 101 - (Spring 2007) (U) World Literature 250 - (Spring 2007) (U);

Ph.D., candidate in English at Howard University.

B.A., English, Trinity University

Completed graduate coursework in English at Howard University and is currently writing her dissertation. Has 60 graduate credit hours total, which are divided among literature and literary theory courses (45 hours), courses on scholarship methodology (6 hours) and courses on pedagogy (9 hours). Has completed the standard graduate coursework in English expected of an instructor who teaches composition at the college level. In fact, her coursework on pedagogy places her ahead of many students coming out of standard Ph.D. programs in English. For example, one of her pedagogy courses, ENG 299 Teaching English, focused specifically on the “theory and practice of teaching composition and literature”. (See English Graduate Courses) In short, Professor Lyn clearly possesses the credentials to teach composition at any college or university.


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Dr. Robert Wilson, III(F)

HPER Theory courses;

Ed.D. Educational Leadership, Argosy University, M.A., Hampton University.

Below is listing of relevant graduate coursework (Hampton Institute):

Problems in Physical Education (3 credit hours)
Teaching Health Education
(3 credit hours)
Principles of Physical Education
(3 credit hours)
Historical Philosophies in Physical Education (3 credit hours)
Kinesiology Coaching (3 credit hours)


Colloq of Physical Exercise (3 credit hours)
Motor Learning in Physical Education (3 credit hours)Organization of Health and Physical Education (3 credit hours)

Both the graduate (in excess of 18 credits at Master’s level) and undergraduate transcripts reflect course work that supports his ability and competence to teach theory courses within the department. Moreover, Dr. Wilson has more than 20 years experience teaching physical education theory courses.
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See resume and teaching evaluations)



























































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Dr. Claude Hutto (F)

HPER Theory courses;

Ed.D. Ed., Leadership, Clark Atlanta University; M.Ed. University of California

Completed 25 Masters-level credit hours at the University of Georgia that are relevant to teaching Health & Physical Education Theory courses. Additionally, Dr. Hutto completed significant undergraduate coursework in Health & Physical Education at Morehouse College. Further, he has been teaching theory courses for nearly eight years at Morehouse.

Below is a listing of relevant graduate coursework (University of Georgia):

Efforts of Drug Use/Abuse (5 credit hours)
Motor Development (5 credit hours)
Analysis of Teaching Physical Education (5 credit hours)

Curriculum Planning for Physical Education (5 credit hours)
(See resume and teaching evaluations)


































































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Relevant Academic Degrees and Course Credits Earned

Other Qualifications

Dr. Anne Baird (F)



Dr. Anne Borden (F)

 

Dr. Ida Mukenge (F)

Criminology 215 - (Fall 2006; Spring 2007) (U).

Criminal Justice Internship (SOC 492).

Contrary to the report, Dr. Mukenge has never taught any Criminology course for our department.

Ph.D., Sociology, Emory University (Baird and Borden)

The study of criminal justice and criminology is traditionally considered a subfield of sociology and is housed in the department of sociology. Criminal Justice, as a distinct discipline, has been studied formally for only about 35 years. Therefore, the majority of professors in the nation’s 33 Ph.D. granting programs in criminology/criminal justice have their terminal degrees in related fields with sociology leading the way. In the process of Ph.D. training, sociologists study sociological theory, including the key theories of crime (i.e. criminology).


Ph.D, Sociology, University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Baird’s research in criminology includes areas such as: Incarceration rates in rural and urban areas. Effects of high incarceration rates on the African American Community, and Gentrification and Crime.
(See resume and teaching evaluations)

Dr. Borden’s role in supervising criminology internships has been merely administrative, as the interns are actually managed at the off-site locations

 

Sources
  • Anne Baird
  • Anne Baird CV
  • Anne Baird Evaluation
  • Anne Borden
  • Cheryl Allen
  • Claude Hutto
  • Claude Hutto CV
  • Claude Hutto Evaluation
  • Committee Faculty Roster
  • Dr. John Hall's Letter
  • English Graduate Courses
  • Felix Kamuche
  • Jamila Lyn
  • Juliet Elu
  • Keith Hollingsworth
  • Mohammad Abghari
  • Norrene Johnson Duffy
  • Norrene Johnson Duffy CV
  • Robert Wilson
  • Robert Wilson CV
  • Robert Wilson Evaluation
  • Siavash Abghari CV
  • Subhash Bhatia
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