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Name Hoa Trinh
School School of Business & Hospitality 
Bachelor of Engineering & Information Technology
Program

Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting, Audit & Information Technology 

Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – International Business Management 

Bachelor of Engineering – Electronic Systems Engineering
Academic and Professional Designations
  • BA, Economics 

  • M.A., Economics 

  • Ph.D., Management & Finance 

  • TESL, Teaching Certificate of English as a Second Language

Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • BUS71190 – Introduction to Business with International Applications 

  • ECON71050 – Introduction to Microeconomics 

  • ECON71030 – Introduction to Macroeconomics with International Applications 

  • BUS72060 – Business Foundations  

  • BUS74020 – International Business Planning and Strategy

Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • History of Strategy 

  • Macroeconomic Policy 

  • The Business of Business Education 

  • General Management & Finance Theory

Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities
  • Headed up the continuing business and professional studies department; with full budget, program and curriculum responsibilities at Canada’s largest university. 

  • Managed an entrepreneurship and business development centre in Toronto funded by a joint government and community partnership. 

  • First line management experience in back office and operations liaison at one of the two major global firms in computer graphic cards design/engineering/production

Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications
  • Served as an external reviewer to assess critically a doctoral degree dissertation on marketing strategy with extensive mathematical modelling at the Graduate School of Business, University of New Castle, Australia 

  • Served as a manuscript reviewer of the third Canadian edition of a university textbook:  Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour; published by Pearson Prentice Hall.

Additional Information I enjoy teaching at Conestoga because the applied environment here challenges me to constantly look for better ways to bridge the gap between theory and practice. 

I also like to challenge and support
students to work independently and in groups to grow intellectually and professionally towards a rewarding career.


 Hoa Trinh
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