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Milan Frankl

Milan Frankl


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Skills & Interests


  • Junior Achievement
    Member 04/2005 – 04/2014
  • Victoria Chamber of Commerce
    Emeber 04/1995 – 04/2014
  • Vancouver Island Advanced Technology Center
    member 04/1992 – 04/2014

Education History

  • PhD Computer Science and Business (Interdisciplinary) (10/2010)
    University of Victoria
  • MBA Information Technology Management (09/2004)
    Trident University (CA)
  • M.Sc. Mathematical Logic (02/1974)
    University of Belgrade


  • Frankl, Milan. (2011). Modélisation des Données et des Traitements. Editions Universitaires Européennes.
  • Frankl, Milan. (2010). Business Decision-Making. Lambert Academic.
  • Frankl, Milan. (2010). Development d'Applications Informatisées. Editions Universitaires Européennes.

Teaching Experience

  • MBA 506 - Consulting Practice (Current)
    • UCW – Management consulting
    • This course’s objective consists in acquiring effective analytical skills necessary to identify and rationalize opportunities for businesses, polishing the project management skills necessary to turn ideas into reality given budget and time constraints, and relationship building skills necessary to achieve project objectives.
  • BE 321 -Information Technology Management (Winter 2014)
    • Royal Roads University – MIS
    • This course provides business students with an understanding of Management Information Systems (MIS) and Information Technology (IT) in a business setting.
  • BUS 141 - Management Information Systems (Winter 2014)
    • Camosun College – MIS
    • This course introduces the student to information management principles such as: development, management, and control and analysis of information. An overview of Information Technology is provided to permit effective computer and Internet use in a business setting. Common software tools are used to reinforce conceptual material.


  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior
  • French
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior
  • German
    • Speaking level: Novice
    • Reading level: Novice


  • Professor of Business (05/2005 – Current) University Canada West