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Samer Hijazi

  • Professor
  • Math, Computer Science, & Information Systems




D.B.A., Information Systems, University of Sarasota, 1995-1998, Dissertation: Quality Distance Education Using Technology: Student’s Perspective

M.A., Economics, with honors, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Md., 1989-1992

B.S., Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Towson State University, Towson, Md., 1987-1989

A.A., Computer Science, Montgomery College, Rockville, Md., 1984-1986


Servant Leader of the Year, 2001


  • President-elect of Association of Computer Educators in Texas (ACET)
  • Respect Campaign, Seguin, Texas



Integrating Web Technology with Relational Databases, 2010

The result of the project is to produce a functional website that interface dynamically with a processor file that will connect the user’s request to a relational database.

An Ajax Application to Create Rich User Interface, 2012

AJAX is a combination of a new technology platform and architectural style that is supposed to fill the limitation associated with traditional web programming. AJAX is not a specific technology, rather a technology that is made up of other technologies including JavaScript, CSS, DOM and XMLHTTPRequest.



"Building WAMP Server in a Windows Computer to Utilize WordPress," October 2013, ACET conference at Baylor University, Waco.

"Building a Virtual Learning Community to Help the Syrian Students Continue Their Learning," October 2013, ACET conference at Baylor University, Waco.

"Knowledge Management Model with a Business Intelligence component, October 2013," ACET conference at Baylor University, Waco.

Presented and published a peer-reviewed research on "Using Portable Technology to Teach Web Programming and Database Classes," ASCUE conference in Myrtle Beach.Presented a topic on Teaching a Web Programming Class from a Jump Drive, ACET conference in Houston

Presented a topic on knowledge management October, 2011, ACET conference.

Presented a topic on using JavaScript to teach Object-Oriented Concept, October 2010, ACET conference Houston.

Presented a paper on how to use xampplite to teach web programming development from a jump drive. Applications discussed included Apache Server, MySQL relational database, myphpadmin, HTML, CSS, October 2010- ACET conference in Houston.

Presented research on Additional Changes on Knowledge Management Model, October 2009

Demonstrated video production for instructional application using Camtasia, ACET conference, October 2009.