Suprateek Sarker

Suprateek Sarker

Unit: McIntire School of Commerce
Department: McIntire School of Commerce
Office location and address
321 Rouss & Robertson Halls
125 Ruppel Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
Honorary Doctorate (Information Technology), University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Ph.D., Information Systems, University of Cincinnati
M.S., Computer Information Systems, Arizona State University
M.B.A, Baylor University
B.E., Computer Science and Engineering, Jadavpur University, India

Professor Sarker teaches courses on data management, systems analysis and design, management of IT in organizations, and qualitative research approaches.

His research, which is largely qualitative in nature, has been published in such journals as MIS QuarterlyInformation Systems ResearchJournal of Management Information SystemsJournal of the Association of Information SystemsIEEE Transactions on Engineering ManagementEuropean Journal of Information SystemsDecision Support Systems, Information Systems JournalJournal of Strategic Information SystemsJournal of Information TechnologyInformation Technology & PeopleMIS Quarterly ExecutiveCommunications of the AISCommunications of the ACMACM Transactions on MISACM Database, IEEE Transactions on Professional CommunicationIEEE Software; Decision Sciences Journal; and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. His work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, as well as the Institute for the Study of Business Markets.

He serves on the editorial boards of a number of journals, including Journal of the AIS (as editor-in-chief), Decision Sciences Journal (as a senior editor), MIS Quarterly (as a senior editor emeritus), Journal of MIS (as a member of the Board of Editors), and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (as an editorial board member). He is also a past editor-in-chief of Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research.

Professor Sarker holds (or has held) visiting professorships or visiting scholar positions at the University of London (United Kingdom), Aalto University (Finland), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), Vaxjo University (Sweden), National Economics University (Vietnam), Cesar Ritz University Center (Switzerland), University of Mannheim (Germany), University of Oulu (Finland), University of New South Wales (Australia), National Cheng Kung University (Taiwan), and University of Sydney (Australia, upcoming), among others.

COMM 3220: Database Management Systems and Business Intelligence
Credits: 3
Provides an introduction to the management of database systems and how business intelligence can be used for competitive advantage. The course uses an applied, problem-based approach to teach students the fundamentals of relational systems including data models, database architectures, database manipulations (e.g., SQL), and BI tools. Prerequisite: Undergraduate Commerce or Instructor Permission
ZFOR 3503: International Study
Placeholder course for students studying abroad
COMM 4589: Global Commerce Immersion: General Topics
Credits: 3
Global Commerce courses that do not count in any concentration.
GCOM 7380: Data Management and Analytics for Accountants
Credits: 3
This course provides an introduction to management and use of data in business. The course emphasizes understanding fundamentals of relational database systems design and querying using SQL and provides a basic understanding of developments and trends in Business Intelligence/Analytics, with implications for accountants. Restricted to MS in Accounting Students.