About Me

Melvin Bayne, D. Eng.

Dr. Melvin Bayne is a graduate of Morgan State University and the State University of New York at Binghamton. He currently works as a software engineer and has been in the industry for over 25 years. As a software engineer, he has a plethora of experience in software development and maintenance including software requirements analysis, software design including object-oriented analysis and design, coding, testing, documentation, configuration management, user training, deployment, and life-cycle maintenance.

While in college, Dr. Bayne studied electrical engineering and developed skills writing software in various programming languages. As an undergraduate student, he successfully navigated the challenges of a curriculum filled with advanced science and mathematics courses. As a graduate student, he gained additional expertise in electrical engineering focusing on the behaviors of semiconductors and transistor devices. Ultimately, he returned to Morgan State University to become the first electrical engineering graduate to earn a doctorate degree with a focus on software-based neural network development (NN) as applied to microwave design. In addition to his studies, Dr. Bayne also found the time to explore the bonds of brotherhood and is a proud lifetime member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; a brotherhood whose aims are manly deeds, scholarship and a love for all mankind.

Dr. Bayne believes in giving back to his community. As an adjunct professor, he has taught classes in software development and encourages young people to pursue careers in STEM related fields. Additionally, he works with other educators to provide academic support and career management services for young people considering opportunities in higher education. The services offered incorporate a virtual learning environment and remote learning opportunities.

Dr. Bayne shares an empowering message of hope and encouragement.  As a result of his determination and desire to succeed, he is able to share his accomplishments with others in the hopes that it would be an inspiration.  Life’s challenges do not mean that you cannot do something.  It merely means that you may need to be more creative about how you gets things done. 


Doctor of Engineering
BS in Electrical Engineering
Morgan State University.   Baltimore, MD.
MS in Electrical Engineering
Binghamton University.   Binghamton, NY.