Department of Accounting and Law

Dr. Andrew Nyaboga


Office:   Valley 4069
Phone:   973-720-2403
Office Hours:   by appointment

Department: Accounting and Law
Position: Associate Professor
Area Specialization: The impact of technology on decision making.

Professional Degrees:

Ph.D., Information Management , Stevens Institute of Technology, 2000
MBA, Finance, Fairleigh Dickinson University , May 1988
BS, Accounting, Rutgers University, 1985

Previous Appointments:

  • Assistant Professor of Accounting, the William Paterson University of New Jersey, 1996-2000

Primary Research Interests:

  • The impact of Technology in decision making

Representative Publications:

  • (2003) "Cost management Strategies for competitive Advantage", with Muroki Mwaura, National Social science Association journal
  • (2003) "African growth and opportunity Act ( AGOA)_Do beneficiary countries have the industrial capacity to take full Advantage of this facility?" with Muroki Mwaura, National social science Association journal
  • (2002) "Data Quality, Power and Politics: Analysis of Strategic Decision Making", with Muroki Mwaura, The International Business & Economics Research Journal, 1(7), 105-109
  • (2002) "Impact of security, privacy, identity, and trust in e-commerce: Does it matter who is watching?"with Muroki Mwaura, National Social Science Online Journal.
  • (2002) "Distributed Computing Systems Structure and Strategy", The Review of Business Information Systems, Vol. 6, #3
  • (2000), Nyaboga, A., and Jurkat, P., An empirical investigation of the relationships between degree of task concurrency and structural dimensions in engineering design process. National Social Science Association Journal, Volume 15 (1) , 55
  • (2000), Nyaboga, A., Vertical distributed application systems (VDAS) and structural properties are linked to hospital Environments than service and manufacturing." National Social Science Association Journal, Volume 16,(2), 68
  • (2001), Nyaboga,A., and Mwaura F,M., (In print), " The impact of security, privacy, identity and trust in e-Commerce: Does it matter who is watching?" National Social Science Association Journal.

Current Courses Offered:

  • ACCT211: Financial Accounting
    Course Syllabus
  • ACCT320: Accounting Information Systems
    Course Syllabus