D.B.A., Business Management, Nova Southeastern University, 1983
M.B.A, Quantitative Methods in Management, University of Dayton, 1973
B.I.E., Industrial Engineering, University of Dayton, 1971
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Dr. Hannon holds a Doctor of Business Administration & Information Systems degree, a Master of Business Administration in Quantitative Methods in Business Management degree, and a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree.
Prof. Hannon Attended the AACSB Information Systems training for Decision Making faculty in 1985 conducted at the University of Minnesota and has co-authored numerous published papers in the areas of applied management methods.
Prof. Hannon has served as an adjunct faculty member, Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Program Chair, and master’s Programs Director. Prof. Hannon has taught classes in Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Alternative Energy Systems, Strategic Management, Research Methods, Dissertation Research Chapters One through Five, Technology & Business, Critical Thinking & Planning, Management & Leadership, and capstone courses in business and information technology. Prof. Hannon has also developed business and information systems curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Prof. Hannon has also developed curriculum in Business, Research Methods, and Information Systems at the graduate and doctoral levels.