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Mohammed Alyami, PhD, earned his doctorate in Information Technology from Towson University in 2017, along with two master's degrees in Information Systems and Technology from Claremont Graduate University in 2014 and Business Administration (MBA) from California Lutheran University in 2009.

Alyami's research explores how technology can improve healthcare through personal health record systems and interactive eLearning systems. He also focuses on decision support systems and creating customized learning materials to enhance the educational experience. Additionally, he explores the potential of big data for informed decision-making.

With his teaching, research, and industry experience, he aims to prepare students for successful careers in information technology while making meaningful contributions to the academic community. Alyami fosters an interactive and inclusive learning environment, encouraging students to think critically, collaborate, and apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios.