Rich Peterson, Chairperson of the Department of Management and Information Systems at Montclair State University, is responsible for a staff of fifty-two full-time/adjunct faculty and support staff serving nearly 500 hundred undergraduate and graduate students in Hospitality Management, Management, Management Information Systems, and Operations Management. For the past sixteen years he has also taught such courses as management information systems, systems analysis and design, decision support systems, networking, business communications,  business research methods, business decision making, and personal finance.  Dr. Peterson holds a Ph. D. and an M.S. from The Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. from Edinboro State University.

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