Muhammad Odeh, D.Eng.

Muhammad Odeh, D.Eng.
Assistant Teaching Professor, Project and Supply Chain Management
224 Burke

Mailing Address:
ERIE PA 16563

Muhammad Odeh is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Project Management. He has a Doctorate in Engineering in Engineering Management from George Washington University. BSc and MSc in Computer Science. Started his career as a management consultant for 8 years, worked for HP and Dell Technologies in project management, professional services, IT and emerging technologies for a combined 22 years.

Innovation in Project Management and PMOs, Risk and Quality Management. Cybersecurity and Social Responsibility. Emerging and Disruptive Technologies Impact on Project Management (i.e. Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics and The Internet of Things).

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Project Management, IEEE Engineering Management Review - August, 2023

IT Transformation - Hig-Level Implementation Lesson, IEEE - Engineering Management Review - May, 2022

Inspiring unexpected results: A leadership lesson. , IEEE Engineering Management Review - March, 2022

Technology and Engineering Management Body of Knowledge, IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - December, 2021

Project Management Concepts and Definitions - March, 2020

Navigating the PMP. A PMP Certification Study and Review Guide. - September, 2019

Transforming Project Management – In the Age of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence - March, 2019

Security, Credibility and Continuity of DP Functions, ITP - April, 2018

Computer Crime - Cracking Data, ITP - December, 2017

Doctor of Engineering, Engineering Management, George Washington University

CERT, Advanced Project Management, Stanford University

Master Certificate in Project Management, Project Management, George Washington University

Master of Science, Computer Science, Pratt Institute

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, Missouri State University