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Frank Gersich

Academic Biography:
Joined the faculty in 1998, having previously taught for 19 years at a variety of educational institutions. He wears a number of hats, serving also as an associate dean of the college, a peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission, and a CPA examination writer.

He teaches upper-level financial accounting courses and the major’s capstone course. He is adept at implementing team-based learning concepts and is immersed in studying student learning. His courses are highly interactive, focusing on problem-solving and interpersonal skills. As associate dean, his focus is on the college assessment program, supervision of the Teaching and Learning Center, faculty development, and student retention programs. A certified public accountant, he earned his baccalauareate and masters degree in acounting at the University of North Dakota and earned a doctorate in education from Northern Illinois University.

Courses Taught:
ACCT 354 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 393 Developing and Auditing Financial Reporting Systems
ACCT 403 Contemporary Accounting Issues

Contact Info:
Office: Rm 250 Ctr for Sci & Busi