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Doug Campbell, M.A.

Adjunct Professor, University College
Phone: (626) 945-6701
Email: dlcampbell@apu.edu
Doug Campbell, M.A., received his master’s degree in 1999 from APU. He has
extensive international leadership and management experience in for-profit and nonprofit
environments, serving as a C-level executive in an international relief and development
organization. Campbell works in an executive capacity on Los Angeles’ Skid Row with an international social
service agency, in the HIV/AIDS community, and in for-profit electronic and print media.
Beginning in January 2002, he has continually taught undergraduate, graduate, and later, online
programs, as an adjunct in APU's University College. Karen, his wife of 35
years, teaches kindergarten in public school. His daughter and her family live in Shanghai,
China, and his son is a U.S. Army Captain linguist living in Monterey, CA.

Education

  • M.A., Organizational Leadership, Azusa Pacific University
  • B.A., Journalism, California State University, Los Angeles

Credentials/Certifications

  • Certified Fund-Raising Executive, CFRE International

Department

University College

Expertise

  • Communication: Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
  • Group and Team Dynamics
  • International Business
  • Leadership Development
  • Nonprofit/NGO Organizations

Courses Taught

  • BMGT 301 – Dynamics of Group Behavior
  • BMGT 302 – Adult Development & Learning Assessment
  • BMGT 303 – Introduction to Research Methodology
  • BMGT 304 – Organizational Analysis
  • BMGT 307 – Managerial Communications
  • BMGT 401 – Directed Study: Applied Research Project
  • BMGT 408 – Introduction to Data Analysis & Presentation
  • BMGT 409 – Cultural Influences in the Workplace
  • BMGT 410 – Principles of Management & Supervision
  • BMGT 412 – Integrating Managerial Principles with Practice
  • BMGT 413 – Leadership & Change
  • MLOS 501 – Group & Team Dynamics
  • MLOS 561 – Conflict Management, Negotiation, & Resolution