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Program Chair, Information Technology;
Acting Program Chair, School of Business - AIU Atlanta
Sean Kopinski has been with AIU for 13 years. During his time at AIU Professor Kopinski has instructed both in both the IT program and business program, and is currently the Program Chair for the School of IT and the Acting Program Chair for the School of Business.
Before beginning his teaching career, Professor Kopinski was a Network Administrator, and before that he worked in the financial services industry as an underwriter. Professor Kopinski obtained a MBA from Rollins College and a BA in Economics from the University of Cincinnati. Currently he is working towards completing a Ph.D. in Management from Walden University and expects to complete his dissertation in early 2014.
For the past few years Professor Kopinski has been actively involved in curriculum development by launching a new local Cisco Networking Academy for the IT program and introducing a new computer simulation in the Business Capstone courses at the Atlanta campus with the goal of enhancing student learning outcomes and retention.