Instructor



Richard H. Gayer, Ph.D. | Faculty

International American University


Ph.D. in Organization and Management; Capella University; Minneapolis, MN
M.B.A. in Financial Management; National University; San Diego, CA
M.P.A. in Public Administration and Planning; Pepperdine University; Los Angeles, CA
B.A. in General Studies (Political Science/History); Chaminade University of Honolulu; Honolulu, HI
Diploma; Defense Systems Management College; Ft. Belvoir, VA
Diploma; U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College; Quantico, VA
Certificate in Spanish Language and Culture; Universidad de Salamanca; Salamanca, Spain
California Teaching Credential (Lifetime) Community College

Welcome everyone, I am Dr. Richard Gayer. I have been teaching at various universities over 15 years, including Park University, George Mason University, Webster University, and UCLA. My degrees include MPA, MBA (Financial Management), and a Ph.D. in Organization and Management. I also have a certificate from la Universidad de Salamanca in Spain in international business and culture. Over the years, I have taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in accounting, finance, managerial accounting, international business, and strategy. I also taught classes in Japan and Puerto Rico. I have also served on several doctoral committees involving student dissertations.

I have had senior executive experience in government and private business sectors. I had positions with the US Department of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, an international security company, a major aerospace company, and was a managing director for a trading company involved in Latin America and the Pacific Rim. I have also been involved in consulting in the international and domestic strategic management areas with a major consulting firm. My academic interests are business strategy, international business strategy, cross-culture management, international finance, and am currently writing a book on public safety management and strategy, and an article on international corruption.