1999 Masters of Science Project Management, Glendale University Austin, Texas
1980 Bachelors of Science Civil Engineering, Northrop University Los Angles, California.
1976 Electrical Engineering, Army Corps of Engineers Fort Belvoir, Virginia
LEED Accredited Professional
PMI / PMP Accredited
P3O practitioner aligned to PRINCE2, PMI, MSP, and MoR
J. A. Jones laws of Management
J. A. Jones Senior Management Program
Numerous CM/PM seminars and continuing educational programs
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: Professional Engineer (USA), Saudi Council of Engineers, PE Armenia, NICET, NETA, LEED, PMP and NEBB
MEMBER: BSI (British Standards Institute), ICC (International Code Council), RICS
(Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors), AEA (Army Engineers Association), NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), ACI (American Concrete Institute), AEA (American Engineering Association).
GLENDALE UNIVERSITY, Austin Texas:
Graduating December 1999 Masters of Science Project Management
Glendale University was founded in 1997 to meet the needs of experienced men and women from all areas of engineering, industry, business, education. The University provides off-campus, distance learning programs designed for students capable of independent self-study, who are willing to assume a large measure of personal responsibility for their education. The learning programs at Glendale University provide students with all necessary guidance to assist them in organizing and focusing their efforts for optimum results.
Northrop University Los Angles, California:
Bachelors of Science Civil Engineering in 1980.
Northrop University was founded in 1942 by Jack Northrop of Northrop Aviation. Originally named the Northrop Aeronautical Institute, the school opened for classes in June of 1946 to 412 students committed to and/or already employed by Northrop Aviation. The school was founded by Jack Northrop for the purpose of training aeronautical engineers and mechanics.
US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir Virginia:
Graduating December 1976 Electrical Engineering, (With Honors)
The United States Engineer School develops, trains, and supports the engineer force to provide maneuver engineering, force support engineering, and geospatial engineering to Army, Joint, Interagency, and Combined Operations. The U.S. Army Engineer School (USAES) is the proponent for the Engineer Branch, U.S. Army.