Associate Professor of Accounting
900 Arkadelphia Rd
Birmingham, AL 35254
Office Phone: (205) 226-4809
Office Fax: (205) 226-3080
Brief Career Background:
Professor of Accounting - Piedmont College 2010 to 2013
Assistant Professor of Accounting - University of Colorado, Denver - 2007 to 2010
EBSCO Professor of Accounting - Birmingham-Southern College 1995 to 2007
Assistant Professor of Accounting - University of Alabama - 1989 to 1995
Assistant Professor - Pomona College -1987 to 1988
Assistant Professor - Cal. State Polytechnic University, Pomona - 1981 to 1984
Lecturer - University of Wisconsin-La Crosse - 1970 to 1973
B.S.B.A. - Univerity of Florida
MBA - University of Florida
PhD - University of Southern California
Areas of Academic Interest:
- Cognitive aspects of expertise and judgment in Auditing and Accounting Information Systems
- Teaching: Auditing, AIS, Advanced Financial Accounting
AC 421 Auditing I (1)
A study of the theory of financial compliance and operational audits. Performance of a simulated audit and case presentation provides students with practice in applying professional auditing procedures for evidence gathering, evaluation, reporting, ethics, legal liability, and team work. Prerequisite: AC 322, and a “C” or better in all previous AC courses. Fall.
AC 422 Auditing II (1)
A study of advanced concepts in auditing. Students acquire further academic preparation in understanding and applying auditing in the computer environment, information systems control concepts, special audit risk considerations, and consultation in a computer systems context. Prerequisite: senior standing. Spring.
AC 428 Advanced Accounting (1)
A study that deals primarily with corporate consolidation problems, foreign currency transactions and translations. Prerequisite: senior standing. Fall.
AC 485 Internship Pro seminar (1)
An examination of current accounting issues and the primary practices and procedures in the accounting profession. This seminar examines the issues, practices and procedures that accounting graduates face as they enter the profession. This seminar is offered in conjunction with AC 499, the Accounting Internship (January to mid-March). Prerequisite: AC 499, Accounting Internship. Spring.