Kenneth J. Sousa is an Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at Bryant University. Dr. Sousa’s teaching and research areas include electronic commerce, database management systems, applications development, information systems strategy and project management.
Before joining the faculty at Bryant, he held information systems positions as a consultant, senior systems analyst and project manager. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Roger Williams University, a Master of Business Administration from Bryant College, and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island. His doctoral research focused on the use of electronic business technology within the purchasing activities of manufacturing businesses. He provides consulting services to business organizations focusing on information technology strategy, electronic commerce, and systems implementation.
In addition to computer information systems courses, he also teaches Project Management for Accounting Leadership in the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program. He also served as Coordinator of the Honors Program at Bryant University from 2006 – 2012.
He has served as the Program Chair for the 2009 Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference. In addition, he was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, Order of Omega and also named a Sam M. Walton Fellow associated with Enactus (formally Students in Free Enterprise). He is a member of the Decision Sciences Institute and Northeast Decision Sciences Institute and served as Treasurer on the Board of Directors of the Delta Chi Educational Foundation.