Dr. Michel Mitri
Professor of Computer Information Systems
Ph.D., Computer Science, Michigan State University 1992
M.S., Computer Science, Michigan State University 1987
B.A., Psychology, University of Michigan 1978
Philosophy, chess, working out, karate and kickboxing
Current Courses Taught:
CIS 331 Intermediate Programming
CIS 428 Mobile Computing and Security
CIS 484 Information Systems Development and Implementation
CIS 463 Business Intelligence
Kruck, Susan E., Mathieu, Richard G., Mitri, Michel. “Research in Information Systems Education: Scope and Productivity”. Journal of Computer Information Systems. (Vol. 54, Nbr. 1) pp 34-41 Fall 2013.
Mitri, Michel. “Applying Analogical Reasoning Techniques for Teaching XML Document Querying Skills in Database Classes”. Journal of Information Systems Education. (Vol. 23, Nbr 4). pp 385-394 Winter 2012.
Mitri, Michel. “Teaching Software Componentization: A Bar Chart Java Bean”. Journal of Information Systems Education. Vol 21, Nbr 4. Winter 2010.
Mitri, Michel. "A Software Development Capstone Course and Project for CIS Majors". Journal of Computer Information Systems. Vol 48 Nbr 3. Spring 2008
Pringle, Charles and Mitri, Michel. "Assessment Practices in AACSB-Accredited Business Schools". Journal of Education for Business: Special Issue on Program Assessment. 82:4, pp202-211. March/April 2007
Reif, Harry and Mitri, Michel. "How university professors teach project management for information systems". Communications of the ACM. Volume 48 Issue 8. August 2005
Mitri, Michel. "Applying Knowledge Management Techniques for Performance Assessment". Computers and Education. Volume 41. Fall 2003
Mitri, Michel. "A Knowledge Management Framework for Curriculum Assessment". Journal of Computer Information Systems. Vol 43 Nbr 4 Summer 2003
Adviser, CIS program
J. W. and Alice S. Marriott Faculty Fellow