Master of Business Administration, University of Jordan, 2007
Bachelor of Science, University of Jordan, 2002
Principles of MIS; Programming for Business; Electronic Business; Systems Analysis
and Design; and Database Management Systems
Business Intelligence; Strategic Value of MIS; IS Management; Business Services and
Processes; Information Assurance; and IS in the Supply Chain
Najjar, M. S. and Bui, S. N. “The Influence of Technology Characteristics on Privacy
Calculus: A Theoretical Framework,” The Proceedings of the Eighteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Seattle, Washington, August 2012.
Najjar, M. S., Smith, A. K., and Kettinger, W. J. “'Stuff' Happens: A Theoretical
Framework for Internal IS Service Recovery,” The Proceedings of the Sixteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Lima, Peru, August 2010.
Mohammad is a PhD student in the Department of Management Information Systems at the
University of Memphis. He has worked as a systems analyst and software developer in
Jordan for five years. This practical experience has shaped his research interests
into a more relevance-oriented research in fields of business intelligence, business
IS services management, and strategic MIS.