Dr. Yaacoub Nicholas Hallak focused on aviation and aeronautical engineering in his early education and career, but later turned his attention to business, education, political science, history, historical musicology, and culture.
He started his career as an International Airline Pilot at Middle East Airlines, Air Liban on Boeing-707, B-720, Caravelle, and trained on B747 Jumbo Jet. Moreover, he passed the Flight Engineer, General and Turbo Jet B-727 FAA Exams. He was also the Vice President of the Chopin Society of New England and the Education and Musicology Advisor at the Chopin Conservatory of Music. He ran various International trade corporations and small businesses. He taught at Cambridge College, Quincy College, North Shore Community College, Year Up, and Dean College. His primary areas of interest include international affairs, International news, foreign policy, intercultural communication, historical musicology, and culture.
Non-Western World History (HI201)
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