College of Business, Health Organization Management Program
Larry Fulton is an Assistant Professor of Health Organization Management in the Rawls College of Business. His research applies advanced quantitative methods to support decision making within the medical and Department of Defense sectors. He has more than 40 peer-reviewed journal articles and proceedings as well as external grants and book chapters.
Dr. Fulton retired from the Army Medical Department after attaining the rank of colonel. His highest peacetime award is the Legion of Merit, and he earned the Bronze Star as well as Air Medals during various combat operations.
Larry received his Ph.D. in Management Science & Information Systems from the University of Texas at Austin as well as the Master of Science in Statistics (MSStat). He holds graduate degrees in health administration (Baylor), human resources management (Troy), strategy (Army War College), and military science (Command and General Staff College).
Dr. Fulton is a Chartered Scientist and Statistician, Royal Statistical Society (CStat CSci); a Professional Statistician, American Statistical Society (PStat); a Certified Analytics Professional, Institute of Operations Research & Management Science (CAP); a Certified Quality Engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt, American Society for Quality (CQE CSSBB); and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). A former medical evacuation pilot, he remains an active civilian aviator.