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Dr. Bilquis Ferdousi, Associate Professor


"Time management, self-discipline, strong motivation and perseverance are required for success in an online degree program."

Degrees Held:

  • Ph.D. – Nova Southeastern University, 2009

Career Highlights:

  • Almost 18 years of online course development and teaching experience
  • Received two grants for developing online courses in computer applications and e-commerce in 2002 and 2003
  • Several research publications on online instruction and learning using advance e-learning systems

In which online degree program do you teach?


  • Links to share?

    1. Ferdousi, B. (2017). Effective integration of advanced mobile technology for course delivery in Information Technology programs. Technology Interface International Journal, 18(1), 29-35. ISSN: 1523-9926.
    2. Ferdousi, B. (2017). Gender gaps in undergraduate computer technology programs: Develop a theoretical research framework. International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS), 10(1), 129-136. ISSN: 1944-6934.
    3. Ferdousi, B. (2017). Factors affect students' adoption of digital technology in learning process. Proceedings of the 2017 Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Conference, OH, 190-194.
    4. Ferdousi, B. (2016). Addressing student retention and persistence issue in online classes. Proceedings of the 2016 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) North Central Section Conference, MI, 1-7.
    5. Ferdousi, B. & Bari, J. (2015). Infusing mobile technology into undergraduate courses for effective learning. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 176, pp. 307–311.
    6. Ferdousi, B. & Bari, J. (2014). Emerging technology to enhance collaborative learning and student engagement. In The 6th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy – 2014 Proceedings.
    7. Ferdousi, B. & Levy, Y. (2010). Development and validation of a model to investigate the impact of individual factors on instructors' intention to use e-learning systems. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 6(1), 1-21.
  • Which classes do you teach online?

    • IA 103: Information Security Overview
    • IA 213: Privacy and Technology
    • IA 240: Intelligence Analysis I
    • IA 425: Cyber Crime Investigation
    • IA 329W: Policy Development in Information Assurance
  • What do students learn in your classes? What is the expected outcome?

    Students learn both theoretical concepts and lab-based, hands-on materials of the course. Expected outcome is students' ability to apply their classroom learning in the real world.

  • What advice would you give to those considering this online degree program?

    Time management, self-discipline, strong motivation, and perseverance are required for success in an online degree program.

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