• Contact Info

Brady, Matthew John



Research Areas research areas


courses taught

  • BAIM 3205 - Business Data Management
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2023 / Spring 2024
    Emphasizes the fundamentals of modern database design in the context of large-scale applications. Covers analysis phase activities such as data modeling for requirements analysis. Covers the extended entity relationship model and the semantic data model in-depth. Covers design phase activities such as the normalization criteria of the relational model and transformation from conceptual to physical design. Introduces object oriented databases. Formerly MGMT 4205.
  • BAIM 3210 - Business Application Programming
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021 / Spring 2022 / Fall 2022 / Spring 2023 / Fall 2023 / Spring 2024
    The objective is to introduce students to the world of programming and empower them with the ability to create and extend business applications. Students will learn the core concepts of programming with VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and use them to customize and extend applications like Excel, as well as a method to decompose a complex task into manageable pieces. Formerly MGMT 3210.
  • BAIM 4065 - Leadership in a Digital Age
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2023
    In the digital age, leaders have to orchestrate radical redesign of everything from their internal processes to their business model on an ongoing basis. This requires leaders to adopt new approaches to leadership and new behaviors. This course provides students with the skills required in identifying business opportunities, finding appropriate information related technologies and leading innovation efforts to success. Formerly MGMT 4065.
  • BAIM 4230 - Human-centric Technologies
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2021 / Fall 2021 / Spring 2022 / Fall 2022 / Spring 2023 / Fall 2023 / Spring 2024
    This class introduces students to enterprise information systems designed to organize human resources, internal or external to the organization. It covers theories and practical approaches to developing effective systems. The class focuses on the Salesforce eco-system and sets students up to become productive contributors to the process of developing such systems. Formerly MGMT 4230. Same as MGMT 5230.


International Activities

Other Profiles