Tat Chan

Dean, School of Science & Human Development
(910) 630-7286
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Tat Chan, Dean, School of Science & Human Development

Professor of Computer Science

Degrees:

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Southwestern Louisiana

Undergraduate Teaching Areas:

Intro to Programming, GUI development, Operating Systems Concepts, Database Management Systems, Data Structures/Algorithms, Theory of Computation, System Design and Analysis, Web Programming.

Research Interests:

Mobile Computing, Software Engineering, Programming, GUI Development, Operating Systems, Database Management, Client-Server Computing, Computer Graphics.

Personal Interests:

Spending time with my family, cooking, leisure cycling

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