Samuel   Ejiaku

Assistant Professor
D.Sc. Towson University



Dr. Samuel Ejiaku is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Science and Systems in the Earl Graves School of Business and Management. He holds a B.S. and MA. degrees in geology (City University of New York), and was a senior geologist at Gulf Oil Company, where he worked for six years.

Dr. Ejiaku also holds an M.S. and D.Sc. in Applied Information Technology from Towson University. He is a Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), and Cisco Certified Network Administrator, (CCNA). Dr. Ejiaku worked as a Network Consultant and designed network systems for different companies. He also conducted classes and seminars for various companies.

He teaches courses in Intro to Computer Information Systems, and Data Communication and Network Systems. Dr. Ejiaku is a member of Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP).

Research Interest
Dr. Ejiaku's research interests are in Information Technology and the Networked Economy, the Role and Effect of Information Technology (IT) for Development in Emerging Economies, Information Technology in Education, and Computer Ethics.

Recent Publications
Ejiaku, S., & Muhammed, B, (2010). An Examination of Information Technology Certification: A Measure of Professional Qualification. Business Research Yearbook, 17(1), 119-123

Muhammed, B., & Ejiaku, S. (2008). Client-Server Computing System Management: A Sustainable Strategic Tool for Small Business in Small Economies. Business Research Yearbook, XV (1), 245-250

Muhammed, B, & Ejiaku, S, (2007). Component Analysis of Enterprise Website. International Journal of Business Research, VII(3), 180-187