Prof. Arnold Munroe
Professor Arnold Munroe is a recent 2007 faculty addition to the Hindu University of America (HUA), teaching Research Methodology courses, as well as presiding over doctoral candidates. Dr. Munroe holds doctorate and education specialist degrees in Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership and Management, in addition to a master's of science degree specialization in Aviation - Aerospace Management, a Board of Governors - General Studies bachelor's degree, and associates of science degrees in Financial Management, Instructor in Technology, and Metals Technology.
Dr. Munroe has served in a multiple of scholarly and managerial roles. Prior to HUA, he was a University of Central Florida (UCF) visiting assistant professor in the Educational Studies Department - College of Education, teaching foundational and multicultural curriculum. Preceding UCF he was at the University of West Florida, as a graduate research assistant and the Office of Multicultural Studies acting program manager, in addition to adjunct faculty teaching with the College of Professional Studies.
Through his professional ranks, he has received several awards for superior performance, as well as tributes for distinguished academic and administrative service. His research pursuits focus on the societal factors of diversity and multicultural design and in that concentration he has conducted a number of program evaluations, research projects, and funding initiatives, along with publishing interests and collegiate service.
- HUC 5004 - Research Methodology