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Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management



RUSTAM VAHIDOV, PhD Georgia State University; Professor


ANNE BEAUDRY, PhD HEC Montreal; Professor
MERAL BÜYÜKKURT, PhD Indiana University; Professor
SATYAVEER CHAUHAN, PhD University of Metz; Professor
ANNE‑MARIE CROTEAU, PhD Université Laval; Professor
DALE DOREEN, PhD University of Alabama; Professor
XIAO HUANG, PhD Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California; Professor
DANIELLE MORIN, PhD McGill University; Professor
AHMET SATIR, PhD University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology; Professor
MAHESH SHARMA, MEng, MBA McGill University; Professor; Provost’s Distinction

Associate Professors

SALIM LAHMIRI, PhD Université du Québec à Montréal; Associate Professor
ANTON SHEVCHENKO, PhD University of Nevada, Reno; Associate Professor
PAN XIAODAN, PhD University of Maryland; Associate Professor

Assistant Professors

MOHSEN FARHADLOO, PhD University of California, Merced; Assistant Professor
AMIR HOSSEINIPOUR, PhD Osaka University; Assistant Professor
MAHDI MIRHOSEINI, PhD HEC Montréal; Assistant Professor
ARMAN SADREDDIN, PhD Queen’s University; Assistant Professor
SUMIN SONG, PhD McGill University; Assistant Professor
AHUJA SUCHIT, PhD Queen’s University; Assistant Professor

Senior Lecturer

RAUL VALVERDE, PhD University of Southern Queensland; Senior Lecturer


CHAHER ALZAMAN, PhD Concordia University; Lecturer
ALEXANDER NEJINSKI, MBA Concordia University; Lecturer


For the complete list of faculty members, please consult the Department website.

Department Objectives

The Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management prepares students with an integrated set of decision‑making skills to meet the organizational and managerial needs of the business world.

The Major in Business Technology Management aims to equip students with knowledge and skills in information and communication technology, business process analysis, and project management. It prepares graduates for careers in various business technology areas such as information systems analysis and design, database administration, as well as management of information technology.

The Major in Supply Chain Operations Management aims to provide the knowledge and skills needed for planning and execution of end‑to‑end supply chains. It provides students with sufficient academic, technical and professional foundations that will enable them to pursue a challenging and rewarding career that covers planning, procurement, manufacturing, services, transportation, logistics and distribution, among others.

The Minor in Data Intelligence provides a knowledge base to complement the student’s program at the John Molson School of Business. With training in data modelling, forecasting and data mining, students learn to build models for analyzing business problems that help organizations avoid risk and exploit opportunities.

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