Antar Salim M.B.A., D.B.A.

Antar Salim, M.B.A., D.B.A.

Doctor of Business Administration Program - Core Associate Professor

Brother Louis Hall, BLH243    |    Campus Box: # 28
(612) 238-4536   |   asalim@smumn.edu


Dr. Salim is a Core Associate Professor in the Doctor of Business Administration program.

Dr. Salim enjoys reading related to behavioral psychology and history, working-out, and running.

  • Scholarly & Creative Interests

    Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its impact on leadership, behavioral finance and behavioral economics.

    Antar’s Current DBA Candidates are conducting dissertation research on:

    • Behavioral economics in higher education
    • Emotional intelligence and it's possible impact on transformational leadership
    • Correlation between success and grit in IT professionals.
  • Courses Taught Recently at Saint Mary's

    Quantitative Research Methods

    Social Responsibility and Ethics

    Topical Papers in Strategy and Finance

  • Education

    B.S. Chemical Engineering-University of Michigan 

    MBA - Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville 

    DBA - Emphasis in Management. Argosy University

  • Experience

    Dr. Salim worked in regional sales for Lincoln Electric from 1997 - 2001, in customized training for Dakota County Technical College (DCTC) from 2003 - 2007, and in higher education teaching for Saint Mary’s University (adjunct since 2007), Metropolitan State University, Minneapolis Community and Technical College and Rasmussen College (full-time since 2008).

    Example Publications, Presentations, and Essays:

    Salim, A (2011). 10 Things Every Entrepreneur should know. Minnesotabusiness.com

    Salim, A (2011). Competitive Analysis. Allbusiness.com

    Salim, A (2011). The Four Traits of Inspirational Leadership. Managerwise.com

    Salim, A (2010). Is Real Estate a Good Investment. Wisebread.com

    Salim, A (2010). Authentic Consulting. Consultantjournal.com

    Salim, A (2010). Trammels of a Business Consultant