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Frederick Nwosu

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree ProgramDoctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Dr. Nwosu has been a teacher since 1975; also worked with Unilever, Assan Industries, Aramco, and First Finance & Trust. Lecturer at Oyo State College of Education, he won the NYSC Anthem competition as the Composer. He is the author of Knowing him: In a broad spectrum of leadership perspectives. His peer-reviewed scholarly articles are available from with journals and other Internet sources. He speaks at the Global Peace Missions, Inc. annual event on the topic, "From a safe community to a safe world." Member of the Community of Science, he currently serves as president of International Institute for African Scholars. He mentors religious leaders in African countries, partners with Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, and leads a community agency feeding about 1000 people monthly. Dr. Nwosu joined Walden’s faculty in 2009, teaching courses for the DBA Program in Management specializing in Business Strategy and Innovation. He consults for aspiring entrepreneurs to set up shop across both in the United States and in Africa. He is a philosopher and public speaker - - motivating and inspiring people at dinners, luncheons, graduation ceremonies, campaigns, and conventions.

Courses Taught

DDBA 8160 - Business Strategy and Innovation

DDBA 8100 - Doctoral Study Completion - 1

DDBA 9000 - Doctoral Study Completion - 1


PhD, Capella University - Minneapolis, MI United States

MBA, University of Phoenix

Higher National Diploma (Baccalaureate, College of Technology

BA, Shaw University

Public Service

International Institute for African Scholars, President - Fayetteville, NC United States

Global Peace Missions, Inc., President - Raleigh,, NC

Faith Bible College, Guest Speaker - Okigwe, Nigeria

The Igbo Institute, Organizer - Raleigh, NC United States

BIWAL Corporation, Guest Speaker - Aba, Nigeria

Awards / Honors

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities, 1997

National Collegiate Award, National Society of Collegiate Scholarfs, 1997

Alpha Chi Honor Award, Alpha Chi Honor Society, 1998

Janet Jackson Scholarship, Janet Jackson Foundation, 1997


Nwosu, F. (2010). Corporate Profitability: The Knowledge Management, Succession Planning, Decision-Making and Risk Analysis Mix

Nwosu, F., Abaidoo, G. G. (2016). Customer Satisfaction Strategies for Life Insurance Growth in Ghana Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F., Okonkwo, C. (2017). Electricity Sector Reform Evaluation, Consequences, and Outlook in Nigeria Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F., Akindoju, O. O. (2017). Exploring Small Business Strategies in Halifax, Nova Scotia Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F., Clarke, A. M. (2013). Fraud and Abuse in Healthcare Delivery Process: Southwest Region, United States Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F. (2000). Knowing Him: In a Broad Spectrum of Leadership Perspectives

Nwosu, F. (2007). Theoretical Perspectives in Financial Statement Knowledge for Managers Pursuing Net Income Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F. (2007). Nepal's Strategic Positioning in the Global Economy on the watch of China and India Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F. (2007). Succession Planning in Public Organizations: A consideration of study perspectives Journal of Functional Education

Nwosu, F., Nwosu, C., Nwosu, G. (2013). Universal Ramifications of Immigration, Brain Drain, and Capital Flight: The Nigerian Lenses Journal of Functional Education


Nwosu, F. O. (2007). Andragogic Intersect Quadrant

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