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Mark A Romejko, EdD

Adjunct Faculty Member

Email: mromejko@callutheran.edu
Phone: 6262490128

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California State University, Los Angeles

Adjunct Faculty, School of Business    Los Angeles, California, September 2013-Present

Instruct graduate-level business students. Develop syllabus and instructional materials to support curriculum developed for course. Have taught Leadership/Employee Development courses.

 

California Lutheran University, Los Angeles

Adjunct Faculty, School of Business    Los Angeles, California, September 2013-Present

Instruct graduate-level business students. Develop syllabus and instructional materials to support curriculum developed for course. Have taught Foundations of Accounting & Finance courses.

 

Azusa Pacific University

Adjunct Faculty, School of Business                Azusa, California, February 2011-Present

Instruct graduate-level business students. Develop syllabus and instructional materials to support curriculum developed for course.  Provide input to Dean and Lead Instructor, Business Department regarding ways to improve curriculum and teaching strategies. Have taught Employee Development, Organizational Behavior, and Applied Research courses.

Course Development/SME

Act as Subject Matter Expert for Management discipline. Develop curriculum for online business courses. Assist in website course development, preparation and implementation.

 

Westwood College

Faculty, Online                                                                                                August 2010-2013

            Facilitate online discussions among approximately 15 students (graduate level). Review and grade topical papers, provide feedback. Summarize and present students with weekly feedback on their performance, offer suggestions for improvement. Assign final grades and submit to Westwood at the end of each term.

 

Adjunct Faculty, School of Business                            Los Angeles, California, 2008-2012

Instruct undergraduate/graduate-level business students. Develop syllabus and instructional materials to support curriculum developed for course.  Provide input to Dean and Lead Instructor/Business Department regarding ways to improve curriculum and teaching strategies. Have taught Accounting, Finance, Business Strategy, Organizational Systems Management, Marketing, Capstone Strategy, and Program Management courses.

 

Member, Graduate Curriculum Council Committee (GCCC)

            Offer suggestions for development of curriculum

 

University of Phoenix

Faculty, Online                                                                                                            2008-Present

            Facilitate online discussions among approximately 20 students (undergraduate level). Review and grade topical papers, provide feedback. Summarize and present students with weekly feedback on their performance, offer suggestions for improvement. Assign final grades and submit to U o P at the end of each term. Have taught “Capstone Course” (Undergraduate) and Consulting (Graduate).

Education

Doctor of Education, Organizational Leadership       Malibu, California, 2008

Pepperdine University

Dissertation: Key Characteristics of a Succession Planning Program at a Government Research Center

 

Master of Business Administration                              Malibu, California, 1991

Pepperdine University

 

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration         Redlands, California, 1984

University of Redlands

 

Associate of Arts                                                         Pasadena, California, 1981

Pasadena City College



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