Tulsa Community College, Northeast Campus
3727 E. Apache St.
Tulsa, OK 74115-3115
Master's in business administration with a major in accountancy and a minor in economics from the Central State University.
Bachelor's in business administration with a major in accountancy from the University of Oklahoma.
Theory and practice of measuring and recording financial data for an economic unit; journalizing transaction, adjusting entries for revenue and expense items, inventories, depreciation, internal control with an emphasis on cash, current and long-term liabilities, and accounting for corporation stock transactions. Emphasis will also be concentrated on the preparation and use of the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Statement of Changes in Financial Position. Lecture 3 hours. No laboratory.
Several Other Accounting, Economic and Business Courses
I own and operate a stable. I like to ride my 16+ hand thoroughbred/quarter gray mare. I am also on the Tulsa Audubon Society Board and enjoy watching and identifying birds. I am married to a professor and baseball coach so we enjoy several other sporting events and activities.
Throughout my 30 years as an accounting professor here I have taught most of the accounting courses that we offer as well as several general business, economic and computer science courses. For the last several years I have focused on providing a quality experience for the online financial accounting student.