Carl Rebman

Associate Professor of Information Technology and Electronic Commerce
Carl Rebman
(619) 260-4135
Office Location
Alcala West, Coronado 212
  • PhD The University of Mississippi, Management Information Systems
  • MBA The University of Mississippi, Management Information Systems
  • BFA The University of Arizona, Graphic Design/Photography
  • BFA The University of Arizona, Media Management/Human Resource Management
Areas of Expertise
Decision Sciences

Selected Publications

  • Perception and Acceptance of Online Education: Do Online Courses Pass the Muster?, Issues in Information Systems
  • A Model For Testing Technostress in the Online Education Environment: An Exploratory Study, Issues In Information Systems
  • A New Model For Measuring Instructional Effectiveness and Student Learning in the Classroom, Issues in Information Systems
  • Achieving Unity in Diversity through Cross Cultural Management of Resources, Journal of US-China Public Administration
  • A Decision Support System Model to Facilitate New Strategies and Business Models for Appointing Counsel in Courts, Electronic Government


Carl Rebman Jr. is an associate professor of Information Systems and Information Technology at the University of San Diego. He has published over 50 research papers in the areas of speech recognition, electronic group meeting support systems, neural networks, and open source software. Rebman also conducts research in the areas of enterprise resource planning, end user computing self-efficacy, online education, decision support systems, and marketing information systems.  Rebman founded the Information Technology Management Institute that provides outreach programs for continuing education students, certificate and training programs for local San Diego IT companies, and research presentations. He is also a member of the San Diego Information Technology Directors group and serves on the editorial board of several journals.Rebman also has been active with the Decision Sciences Institute for over 10 years serving on both the national and regional levels. On the national level he served on the Programs and Meetings committee. On the regional level he…