Stevan Mrdalj

Stevan Mrdalj

Professor of Computer Information Systems

Accounting, Finance, & Information Systems



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  • Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • MS University of Belgrade, Serbia

Professional Summary

Dr. Mrdalj teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in data warehousing, data mining, systems analysis and design and object-oriented software development.

He has published twenty-two journal articles, twenty-nine proceeding articles, nine non-refereed articles, and five technical reports. Dr. Mrdalj has published articles in journals such as Communications of ACM, Database Programming & Design, ACM SIGSOFT - Software Engineering Notes, INFO Science, and Computer Science and Information Systems. His research has been quoted in several professional books.

Courses Taught

  • IS 215 Information Systems for Business
  • IS 315 Object-oriented Application Development
  • IS 410 Business Intelligence
  • IS 417 Systems Analysis and Design
  • IS 614 Systems Analysis and Design
  • IS 662 Business Intelligence
  • IS 665 Data Warehousing and Data Mining

Research Interests & Projects

Dr. Mrdalj's research program focuses on business analytics. His recent work involved expressing techniques, methods and requirements in teaching business analytics.

Selected Publications

Mrdalj, S. (2015). Teaching MBA Business Analytics Courses Using Microsoft Power BI Tools. Proceedings of the 55th International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL, October 7-10, 2015.

Mrdalj, S. (2013). SQL Server Tabular Model: A Step Towards Agile BI. Issues in Information Systems, 14 (1), 331-338.

Mrdalj, S. (2011). Would Cloud Computing Revolutionize Business Intelligence Courses? Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 8, 209-217.

Mrdalj, S. & Diallo, A. (2010). Bringing Business Intelligence Into Finance Curriculum. Issues in Information Systems, 11 (2), 168-175.

Mrdalj, S., V. Jovanovic and J. Scazzero, (2009). An Empirical Method for Measuring the Effectiveness of an Object-Oriented Design process, Issues in Information Systems, 10(2), 149-156

Professional Affiliations

  • International Association for Computer Information Systems