Director of the MS in Communications and Information Management Program; Assistant Professor of Business and Information Management
Communications and Information Management
AS, Holyoke Community College; BA, Boston University; MBA, Western New England College; MS, Bentley College; DBA, Boston University
Richard J. Briotta, DBA, is the director of the Communication and Information Management Graduate Program and assistant professor of Communications and Information Management at Bay Path College. Dr. Briotta has 30 years of experience as a professor and has served as a consultant.
Prior to joining Bay Path, Dr. Briotta taught at several universities in eastern Massachusetts, including Bentley University, Boston University, and Northeastern University. His teaching specializations have focused on computer information systems, management information systems, and the diffusion of innovations within organizations.
At Bay Path, Dr. Briotta teaches at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His courses cover such diverse areas as accounting, internet commerce, e-Business, database management, knowledge management, and business intelligence. Dr. Briotta’s research interests include the adoption of innovations, knowledge management, database quality, database strategies—transactional and analytical, data warehouse design, data mining, problem solving strategies, and programming methodologies.
Dr. Briotta holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University, a master of business administration degree with an accounting concentration from Western New England College, a master’s degree in computer information systems from Bentley University, and a doctor of business administration in management information systems from Boston University.