Part-Time Faculty in Accounting
For over 17+ plus years in Higher Education Learning I am privileged to work with faculty not only from a diverse ethnicity perspective, but from practical work experiences and innovative ideas to offer in instructional learning. Social change requires vantage points from all seeking a comment goal to hold all academic institutions to the highest esteem by contributing to core values (e.g. integrity, scholarship, confidence, etc.) in our student’s education so they can become strong contributors to society.
The key is willing to not only accept constructive feedback, also eager to adapt to the changes in instructional learning both in-class and online in the world of Higher Learning.
Lastly, I was a course faculty mentor and Program Chair at Colorado State University - Global responsible for online course setups (i.e. announcements, introductions, weekly post, assess the accuracy of course content, etc.). My practical experience with many online platforms afforded me an opportunity to accommodate all students both traditional and non-traditional learners. The online learning environment requires consistency, great communication skills, etc.
BS, Alabama A&M University, Finance, 1987
MS, Central Michigan University, International Administration, 1997
Ph.D., Walden University, Applied Management and Decision Sciences, 2012
Research and teaching interests
Accounting, finance, auditing, and forensics accounting
Taxation and fraud
Courses taught by Cedric Knott
Spring-Summer Term 2024 (future)
Winter Term 2024 (current)
Fall Term 2023
- ACC5996 - Auditing, Assurance and Attestation
- ACC7180 - Auditing
- ACC7310 - Business and Professional Ethics for Managers and Accountants