Murphy Tetley

Instructor, Management Information Systems


Areas of Expertise:

  • Information Technology sales, service support and education
  • Installation, set up and support of computer systems in LAN/WAN environments
  • Development of medical billing software and practicum software applications
  • Web Master for several businesses and non-profit organizations
  • Music composition using electronic music mediums i.e. Sonar 8 and Finale 2011
  • Web applications using Window IIS and internet tools
  • Terminal Services expertise in planning and implementation
  • Microsoft SharePoint services
  • Application knowledge in the following: MS Expression Studio, Silverlight, Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, Windows Home Server, Windows Small Business Server 2008, Dreamweaver CS4, Adobe Photoshop, MS Office 2010 Ultimate Edition, Windows XP, Windows Vista (all editions), Windows 7, MS Project Management, MS Accounting, QuickBooks Pro, MS Visio 2007, Windows Live applications, Windows Mobile 6.1, Skype, Windows Lync, MSDN, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Second Life, Sonar 8, Online teaching applications (WebCT), and Microsoft Windows Live Essentials


  • M.Ed., University of Missouri
  • B.M.E., Central Methodist College

Professional Achievements:

  • Faculty member, William Woods University, 2006- present
  • Adjunct professor, William Woods University. teaching information technology courses in the MBA and BSM Graduate and Adult Studies programs, 1994-present
  • Owner of MedHarbor.Com, Inc., a computer consulting and software development company, and reseller of Medical Billing and Electronic Health Records software 2000-2009
  • Sales Representative for Professional Data Systems, Inc. selling Medical Billing and Electronic Health Records application software 1998-2000
  • Owner and sales manager of Tetley Technologies, Inc., a computer sales and service company, 1987-1997
  • Sales manager in electronic systems for Modern Business Systems (now Ikon), 1985-1986
  • Sales manager for 3M Business products in Jefferson City, 1980-1985