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Dr. Nabie Y. Conteh is a Computer Information Systems Professor at Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO). He holds a BS in information systems from the Institute for Information and Communication Technology, in the Netherlands; an MBA in information systems management from Ferris State University; and an MS and Ph.D. in information systems from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. 

His areas of teaching and research interest include decision support systems, Cybersecurity, systems modeling and simulation; artificial intelligence/expert systems; systems analysis and design; and knowledge management and organizational learning. Dr. Conteh possesses many technical skills and the ability to speak English, Dutch, Russian and German. Dr. Conteh has made presentations at national and international conferences and has been published in refereed journals and proceedings. 

He has worked as Assistant Professor at Shenandoah University and is currently an Adjunct Professor of Cyberspace and Cyber Security at the Graduate School of the University of Maryland University College and Professor of Database Management Systems and Global Information Technology at Florida Tech. During the tenure of his Ph.D. program, he worked as Research Assistant at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He did consulting for Datastream at College Park in Maryland, a company whose primary activity is data conversion. He has also worked for Getronics Transaction Services and EuroShell International, ABN AMRO Bank at Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.



  • Information Systems and Electronic Commerce

  • Ph.D. Information Systems - University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), 2001-  2004

  • Cyberspace and Cybersecurity

  • Decision Support Systems

  • Systems Modeling and Simulation

  • M.S. Information Systems, University of Maryland Baltimore County, 2003

  • M.S. (Honors) Information Systems Management, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan 2000

  • B.S Information Systems, Institute for Information and Communication Technology, Enschede the Netherlands, 1998

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