George Sayegh, D.B.A.

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Dean

College of Technology & Engineering

EDUCATION:

D.B.A., Information Systems, Argosy University, 2009
M.S., Organizational Leadership and Business Management, Mercy College, 2000
B.S., Engineering, California State University – Northridge, 1990
A.S., Engineering, Moorpark College, 1982
A.S., Electronics Technology and Computers, Moorpark College, 1982

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Information Systems
Information Technology
Operations
Organizational Leadership

Dr. Sayegh holds a Doctor of Business Administration & Information Systems degree, a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership & Business Management degree, a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, an Associate of Science in Engineering degree, and an Associate of Science in Electronics Technology and Computers degree.

Prof. Sayegh has conducted postgraduate research in speech recognition for improving medical productivity among physicians, and has co-authored 2 published papers in the areas of Information Systems and Applications in the Medical Field, and Mobile Work and Wireless Companies.

In addition to owning and operating a Computer Retail & Consulting company, Prof. Sayegh has been employed and/or contracted by such organizations as NASA at JPL, Wangtek Drive Systems, Ferranti Aerospace Missile Systems, Hewlett Packard, Computer City, Micropolis Drive Systems, Mercy College, National University, Hope International University, UEI College, Irvine University, Westcliff University, Hancock College, and Argosy University.

Prof. Sayegh has served as an adjunct faculty member, Associate Professor, Professor, Professor of Practice, Program Chair, Associate Dean, and Dean. Prof. Sayegh has taught classes in Computer Science and Information Systems (including capstone), Management Information Systems, Technology & Business, Mathematics, Business, Critical Thinking & Planning, Management & Leadership, and capstone courses in business and information technology. Prof. Sayegh has also developed business and information systems curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Prof. Sayegh has also developed curriculum in Business and Information Systems at the graduate and doctoral levels.