MBA, Nova University, 1978; B.S., Florida State University, 1963; A.A., Daytona Beach Community College, 1961
Industrial Bonding and Finance, Regional Economic Development and Analysis, Market Development and Planning.
Arizona State University: 2006-present. Previous Appointments: University of Phoenix, Coconino County Community College, El Paso Community College
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Thomas, Warren + Associates, LLC, 2001-2005; West Consulting Group, Inc., 1997-2006; Goodwill Industries of Norhtern Arizona, 1999-2001
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ACC 241 - Uses of Accounting Info II
Introduces the uses of accounting information focusing on the evolution of the business cycle and how accounting information is used for internal and external purposes.
ACC 242 - Mgr Acct I
Develops an understanding of the theory, concepts, principles, and practices underlying managerial accounting. Emphasizes three functions managers must perform within their organizations: plan operations, control activities, and make decisions. Explains what accounting information is necessary, how to collect it, and how to interpret it. Meant for prospective accounting and finance majors and students who plan current majors in these areas and develop skills and abilities facilitating success in higher-level accounting courses.
ACC 382 - Accnting & Financial Analysis
Introduces nonbusiness majors to financial accounting concepts related to operating, financing, investing, and ethical decisions.