David Edgerton

Job Title

  • Adjunct Instructor
    Management Information Systems (B.S.) College of Adult and Professional Studies


Experienced IT Manager | Adjunct Instructor | Diversity Advocate

Started at Bethel



  • Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota - MBA, 2005
  • North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University - BS in Electrical Engineering, 1995


David Edgerton Jr. is an information technology professional with 20 years of experience in project and program management. When David is not running complex technology projects he teaches statistics, information systems, project management, and other business courses part-time for a few universities in the Twin Cities.  David enjoys participating in hackathons, startup weekend activities, the Minnesota Cup, and meetups to stay sharp. He is a fan of open source software and developing software products and services with the Python programming language. He is a excellent presenter and energetic facilitator of the business model canvas framework and value proposition design.  When David is not working with technology he plays the piano and produces music electronically for fun.

Courses Taught

MIST400 - Fundamentals in Information Management Systems

BUS320 - Project Management


2016 Excellence in Teaching Award, Hamline University School of Business


Project Management:  How an MBA Can Help You Succeed


Healthcare Information Technology:  Trends and Opportunities


Certificates and Licenses

Certified Scrum Product Owner - Scrum Alliance

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer - License Number 914817

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

Chairman of the Board, Blacks in Technology, MSP Chapter

Board Member, Carlson School of Management Alumni

Hobbies and Interests

music, WWII airplanes, startups, technology


FOCUS - Follow One Course Until Successful