Dr. J. Harold Pardue

Dr. J. Harold Pardue

Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Interim Dean of School of Computing

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 Interests

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