Mohammad Dadashzadeh holds a bachelor in electrical engineering, a master in computer science, both from MIT, an MBA, and a Ph.D. in computer and information science from University of Massachusetts. He has been affiliated with University of Detroit (1984-1989) and Wichita State University (1989-2003) where he served as the W. Frank Barton Endowed Chair in MIS. In 2003, he joined the faculty of the Decision and Information Sciences Department at Oakland University as Professor of MIS and Director of Applied Technology in Business (ATiB) program, a position he held until July 2009. He has authored 4 books and more than 50 articles on information systems and has served as the editor-in-chief of Journal of Database Management. His most recent editorial responsibilities include the books entitled Information Technology Management in Developing Countries and IT Education in the New Millennium. Dr. Dadashzadeh has extensive consulting experience and more than 6,000 people have attended his professional training seminars worldwide. Dadashzadeh has a been a recipient of teaching awards at MIT, at the Industrial Management Institute in Iran, and at Wichita State University where he was recognized by the Board of Trustees' Excellence in Teaching (2000), the Leadership in the Advancement of Teaching (1997), and Co-operative Education Faculty Adviser of the Year (2003) awards. Dr. Dadashzadeh is a co-author of Iranian Standard Code for Information Interchange (ISCII) and a co-founder of Sinasoft.

Teaching Interest:

Management Information Systems,
Enterprise Architecture,
Database Management Systems

Research Interest:

Enterprise Data Integration,
MIS Audit,
Strategic IT Planning