Dr. Behrooz Etesamipour

Assistant Professor of Information Technology and Program Coordinator of B.S. in Information Technology Program (INTE)

Dr. Behrooz Etesamipour

Contact Information


Office: Caputo 231
Phone: 717-871-7443

Office Hours

Comments: Fall 2022 office hours coming soon!

fall 2022 Class Schedule

INTE 120 50A 13269 Integrated IT Projects           ONLINE  
INTE 130 1 13270 Fundamentals of IT W 1100 am 1150 am MCCOM 300
INTE 360 1 13580 IT Risk Management T 1050 am 1205 pm MCCOM 301
INTE 410 1 13581 IT Project Management W 300 pm 350 pm MCCOM 300

ABOUT Dr. Etesamipour 

Dr. Behrooz Etesamipour is an Assistant Professor at Millersville University as part of the Management and Marketing Department in the Lombardo College of Business. He started as the first faculty member to teach Information Technology program (INTE) classes and help with this new program and students in this major.

Dr. Behrooz Etesamipour is the Program Coordinator of B.S. in Information Technology Program (INTE). He has played a major role in the program’s curriculum creation and development. He joined the Millersville University in August 2020. He teaches INTE courses and serves as the academic advisor for INTE students and General Business Administration students.

Dr. Etesamipour has been in academia since Fall 2012 and has taught over 65 undergraduate courses in Computer Science and Information Technology prior joining Millersville University. He also has extensive years of work experience in industry as an Information Technology consultant in various companies ranging from small business to enterprise level corporate such as working for an aerospace services company supporting NASA, DoD, and NOAA.

His research interests are primarily in Decision Support Systems to analyze data by aggregating comprehensive information to solve problems in decision-making for military and businesses. His areas of expertise are in Computer Networks, IT Infrastructure Systems Analysis, Project Management, Design Implementation of Information Systems, Information Security & Assurance, Bayesian Statistics, and Fuzzy Logic. During his doctoral research endeavor, he worked with U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in Maryland on military Value of information (VoI) and data ranking project; “Investigating Rank Aggregation Methods Applied to Military Value of Information Decision Support”.