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Mohammed K. Shaki, D.B.A.

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    Mohammed K. Shaki, D.B.A.

    Assistant Professor of Management

    Currently Dr. Mohammed K. Shaki serves as Assistant Professor of Management at the Donald R. Tapia School of Business at Saint Leo University, San Diego Center, California. Prior to joining Saint Leo University, Dr. Shaki served as a Business Professor at Wiley College (Texas) and National University (San Diego, CA). He received his D.B.A. from Alliant International University (San Diego, CA), his Master's degree in Public Administration from Oklahoma University and his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.

    Dr. Shaki has authored and co-authored more than 34 articles in the area of Business Administration. His research interests include strategic management, total quality management, international business, and entrepreneurship. He has been teaching different Business Administration courses for the past 21 years. Courses taught include Strategic Management, Essential Business Skills, Finance for Managers, Entrepreneurship, Principles of Management, Applied Decision Methods for Business, International Business, labor Relations, Organizational Behavior, Integrated Perspectives on Business, and Business Government and Society.


    • B.A, Business Administration 1984, University of Northern Colorado
    • Master in Public Administration, 1988, University of Oklahoma
    • Doctorate in Business Administration, 2011 Alliant International University, San Diego

    Courses Taught

    • Strategic Management.
    • Integrated Perspectives on Business
    • Applied Decision Methods for Business
    • International Business.
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Finance for Managers
    • Business Government and Society
    • Principle of Management.
    • Entrepreneurship.
    • Labor Relations
    • Essential Business Skills