Mirela Djordjevic



Brownson Hall, Wing A120

Mirela Djordjević began her career at Manhattanville University in 2002. Prior to her arrival at Manhattanville, she taught at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX from 2000-2002. Dr. Djordjević also taught for fifteen years from 1984-1999 at the University of Belgrade in Serbia. Dr. Djordjević holds a PhD and master’s degree in computer science from University of Maryland, and a master’s degree in computer science and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Belgrade, Serbia. Her research interests include: programming languages design, domain specific languages (DSL), electronic document systems, program design, program verification and constructive type theory (CTT).

Computer Programming I
Computer Programming II
Computer Systems Architecture and Programming in C
Database Design and Construction
Programming and Graphics in Visual Basic
Programming Animations and Games
Programming Languages
Web Applications Development

Trinity University


Mechanical Engineering University


High School Teacher
Belgrade High School

Numerical Mathematics, BS, Belgrade University
Computer Science, MS, Belgrade University
Computer Science, MS, University of Maryland
Computer Science, PhD, University of Maryland

Java in Academia and Research, chapter : Teaching Java Introductory Course – Mville Way
iconceptpress, 340–353


Database Design using Java : A Web-based Methodology
ISBN 978-0-596-52422-7


Programming and Graphics in Visual Basic
ISBN 0-596- 52562-1


Spiral Model Reinforced in Teaching Introductory Programming Course
ICER 2007


Internal Properties in Constructive Type Theory
InfoScience, No. 3, 2000