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John Barden

John Barden

Associate Dean Executive Education
Clinical Professor - Accounting
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SOM 1.708

Professional Preparation

MBA - Business Administration/Finance
Manhattan College - 1988
BS - Accounting
Saint John Fisher College - 1983

Additional Information

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) & Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
Teaching Experience

Binghamton University, School of Management 1998-Present

  • Current research and teaching:
    • Fraud and Forensic Accounting
    • Financial Accounting
    • Auditing
    • Managerial Accounting

PriceWaterhouseCooper LLP, Learning and Education 2004-Present

  • Go Audit Basics (New Hires)
  • Go Audit Encore (Experienced Associates)
  • Assurance Start (Senior Associates & New Managers)

New York State Society Certified Public Accountants 2004- Present

  • Controllers Workshop and SAS 99
Professional Experience
  • Azon Corporation 1994-2000: Assistant Controller/Comptroller
  • PriceWaterhouseCoopers 1989-1994: Senior Financial Analyst/Associate
  • Gulf & Western Inc. 1984-1989: SeniorAccountant

News Articles

Accounting Students Mobilize for Troops Overseas
Accounting Students Mobilize for Troops Overseas One has a brother stationed in Iraq as a pilot. Another is married to a former Army medic. Moved to help for a variety of reasons, about 100 accounting students volunteered their time recently to make the holidays a little brighter for active-duty members of the armed forces.

The students gathered just before Thanksgiving to assemble 120 care packages filled with items ranging from socks to Fossil watches to send to troops for the holidays.
Prof Gives Business Students a Lesson in Charity
Prof Gives Business Students a Lesson in Charity To the casual observer, financial information management and social responsibility seem worlds apart in mission and purpose. To John Barden, an accounting and information management professor at the UT Dallas School of Management, they are both integral to his students’ education.

For more than three years, Barden has, at the beginning of each semester, informed his students about the “Classroom Citizenship and Social Responsibility” portion of his class.