Dr. J. Harold Pardue
Office Hours

Shelby Hall, Room 2316
 
Monday & Wednesday - 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM 
And by appointment.
 
Ph: (251) 461-1600
Dr. J. Harold Pardue
Professor
ISC Coordinator and Graduate Director

Education
 

Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, May 1989, University of South Alabama, Major: Philosophy

Master of Computer and Information Sciences, May 1991, University of South Alabama

Doctor of Philosophy, March 1996, The Florida State University, College of Business, emphasis in Information and Management Sciences, support area in Statistics.

Dissertation: "A Systems Analysis of the Commercialization of Information Technologies by IT Producing Industries." Major professor: Dr. Tom Clark.


Research Interest
 

Security and risk assessment in healthcare systems, trust in computer-mediated environments, and information systems and healthcare education.


Teaching Experience
Positions Held:


Graduate Director, University of South Alabama, 2013 to present
Information Systems/Information Technology program coordinator (chair), 2011 to present
Information Systems program coordinator (chair), 2008 to present
Professor of Information Systems, University of South Alabama, 2005 to present
Associate Professor of Information Systems, University of South Alabama, 2000-2005
Assistant Professor of Information Systems, University of Minnesota Duluth, 1996 – 2000

Courses Taught:

2000 – Present University of South Alabama
ISC 324 – Database Design, Development, and Management
ISC 350 – Information Systems in Organizations
ISC 361 – Database for Information Systems
ISC 459 – Distributed application design
ISC 450 – Health Informatics Systems Analysis and Design
ITE 482 – Ecommerce Systems
CIS 507 – Database Programming
CIS 518 – Research Methods
ISC 545 – Management Information Systems
ISC 550 – Health Informatics Systems Analysis and Design
ISC 551 – Human Computer Interaction
ISC 559 – Information Systems Applications Design and Implementation
ISC 561 – Information Systems Database Management
ISC 563 – Database Administration
ISC 594 – Directed Study
CIS 597 – Computer and Information Sciences Graduate Seminar
1996 – 2000 University of Minnesota Duluth
FMIS – 1201 Introduction to Business Information Systems
FMIS – 3211 Management Information Systems
FMIS – 3222 Structured Systems Analysis
FMIS – 3223 Structured Systems Design
FMIS – 3228 Electronic Commerce
ART – 4972 Interdisciplinary Interface Design
FMIS – 5981 Advanced Application Development
1994 – 1996 Florida State University
QMB 3200 – Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions
MAN 3010 – Concepts of Operations Management
GCS 3403 – COBOL Programming for Business
ISM 4212 – Database Management