Ph.D., in progress
M.A. in Sociology, City University of New York
B.F.A. in English and Fiction Writing, City University of New York
She teaches CIS 112 Intro to Computer Concepts, CIS 370 Global E-Commerce and has also taught CIS 317 Decision Support Systems
Prof. Babar currently teaches in both the Sociology and CIS Departments. Her extensive computer background comes from having spent her pastime building and repairing computers and working as IT and providing IT Support to faculty, staff and students while completing her undergraduate and graduate degrees. Whilst there, her duties ranged from maintaining Network computers used by faculty, in all college computer laboratories and offices (such as registrar and bursar), performed analysis and testing, installed computers and large hardware systems, connected PCs in a network to training staff and teaching software to faculty. She continues her computer training and stays current on cutting edge software.
Prof. Babar is a student of life. That said, she has learned that to be a good teacher, one must have a proactive approach. Her online teaching experience of nearly a decade´┐Żof which six have been with Post University´┐Żcoupled with her expertise, her virtual classrooms provide an educational atmosphere that affords endless possibilities to those who enroll in her class. Her modes of delivery are inclusive of audio and visual components in her lectures. She is always available to answer questions and considers meeting the students' needs a paramount concern. She provides a direct phone number and encourages students to call and text as well as email. Response time is almost immediate.
Teaching the application of Computer software and hardware