Mohammad Imam

Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Mohammad Imam
STEM, Room 405C
Journal Square Campus

M.S., Computer Science, City College of New York (CUNY)
M.S. & B.S., Physics, Magadh University, India

Classes:  Introduction to Computer Sciences; Scientific Programming; Computer Science I; Computer Logic & Discrete Math; Programming in C++ for Computer Science; Java Programming.

Professor Imam came to HCCC as an Instructor in 1992, and became an Assistant Professor in 1998. Prior to coming to HCCC, he served as a member of the adjunct faculty at Queens College and City College of New York.  Professor Imam also worked as a space scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization and established the Istrac Employee Assistant Fund in India to provide free assistance and grants to financially-challenged employees.

Professor Imam has a voracious appetite for acquiring knowledge and applying it to human welfare. He is passionate about connecting students to learning modalities that arouse their interest in critical thinking, and developing analytical thought processes and convictions. Professor Imam explains material in a manner so students of varying levels can digest and discuss collaboratively. He meets regularly with students to address concerns and offer feedback. Professor Imam participates in many campus events including Open Houses and Black History Month, and academic development activities such as Achieving the Dream.