Business Building Ste 2140
1301 Lovers Lane
Director of Graduate Studies
Brooke Beyer, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University
Dan S. Deines, Ph.D., University of Nebraska
Dann G. Fisher, Ph.D., University of Missouri
Amy Hageman, Ph.D., University of Central Florida
Rebekah Heath, Ph.D., University of Nebraska
Stacy E. Kovar, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University
Mark E. Linville, Ph.D., University of Washington
Terry Mason, Ph.D., Florida State University
John Morris, Ph.D., Kent State University
Kingsley O. Olibe, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
Richard L. Ott, Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Joseph C. Ugrin, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Brett Wilkinson, Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Graduate Faculty Associate:
Jane Bloodgood, MAcc, Kansas State University
Kimberly D. Charland, MAcc, Kansas State University
The mission of the Department of Accounting at Kansas State University is to ensure a quality liberal, general business, and accounting education at the undergraduate and master’s levels that prepares students to become both productive citizens and successful professional accountants.
Statement of Focus and Commitment
The focus of the faculty of the Department of Accounting in achieving its mission is on maintaining a responsive accounting program that provides students with sufficient technical and conceptual knowledge for a successful career in accounting as well as with the problem-solving and communication skills necessary to apply their knowledge in a professional setting.
To maintain such a program and as a matter of principle, the faculty of the Department of Accounting is committed to and considers its highest priority high-quality teaching, including innovative curriculum and other instructional development. The faculty is also committed to research and other forms of scholarly activity that add to the body of knowledge or support and foster improvement in teaching. In addition, the faculty is committed to participation in service activities that advance the profession and maintain the faculty’s professional currentness.
Also to maintain such a program and as a matter of principle, the faculty of the Department of Accounting is committed to attracting and retaining highly motivated students with promise of success both in the Department’s academic program and in the accounting profession. To this end, the faculty actively engages in student recruitment and placement, and strives to provide a supportive instructional environment.
Master of Accountancy or Business Administration