Carey Dukes, DBA

Assistant Professor, Management
Unit: College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Location: Tigerville

"Change is not required... Survival is not mandatory" –W. Edwards Deming
  • Teaching & Education

    You will learn the practical applications of theoretical concepts in course such as: Sales, Project Management, Management and Supply Chain Management.


    • Doctor of Business Administration: Change Readiness, Georgia State University
    • Master of Business Administration, Charleston Southern University
    • Bachelor of Arts Religion/Business, Charleston Southern University
  • Professional Experience

    My experience includes operations and sales experience serving in increasing levels of responsibility over the last 30 years. My career has offered me the opportunity to serve in Europe, Asia, Australia Canada and Mexico and I have built relationships that have lasted. I have also taught at the University level beginning in 2017 and have served as on several industry roundtables and committees. My research has been presented at conferences in London, Cairo and several locations in the United States.

  • Selected Awards Received

    1999 Salesman of the Year Ryder Integrated Logistics

  • My Network
    • International Small Business Conference
    • National Carrier Association
    • Strategic Management Expo
  • My Story

    Originally from the South Carolina Lowcountry, I am the son of a Southern Baptist preacher and a seamstress. My daddy was the hardest working person I have ever known. And he taught me a love for Jesus that continues to this day.

    Anyone who knew me in high school or college knew I worked as a newspaper carrier. For over six and half years, 365 days a year, rain or shine, I delivered 1000 to 2000 newspapers per day. After graduation I worked for 30 years in transportation and logistics and have recently made the decision to return South Carolina and begin my career as a professor.

    I have been married for 29 years to the love of my life and we have four children ranging in ages from 20-28. I look forward to this transition and want to help the next generation as they begin looking for the answer to “What’s next?”

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