Amod Choudhary, JD, MBA, was appointed assistant professor in the Department of Economics and Business five years ago. Prior to joining Lehman College, he worked as a systems engineer for the US Army and subsequently practiced corporate law. He has earned his MBA with specialization in corporate finance.
Professor Choudhary is very passionate about teaching and believes that the foremost role of a teacher is to nourish his or her students’ skills. This may be accomplished by setting high expectations and motivating and encouraging students to work hard toward the attainment of those objectives. He has found Lehman students to be pleasant, appreciative, and hard working. Ultimately, he believes that students taking his courses and having fulfilled all the academic requirements of the Department will be aptly equipped to solve their community’s and employer’s problems no matter how challenging and persistent they might be.
Professor Choudhary’s research interest includes role and accomplishments of minorities and women managers in public and private organizations, motivations of employees, and ways in which organizations achieve competitive and sustainable advantages. He has published papers that deal with communication during emergencies, performance of women leaders, and role of mission and vision statements in organizations.
Finally, Professor Choudhary believes that Lehman College and specially the Department of Economics and Business has excellent faculty members who cooperate amongst themselves, do great research, and provide valuable counseling and direction to their students. Students taking courses in the Department of Economics and Business are likely to acquire effective academic skills and make life-long friends, which will prepare them for success in many spheres of their personal and professional lives.
Last modified: May 16, 2012