Tim Moran, M.B.A.

Tim MoranAssociate Professor of Accounting
Dunham School of Business

Office Location: Dunham Hall, Room 227
Telephone: 630-844-7805
Email Address: tmoran@aurora.edu

It is my philosophy that education is a lifelong process where each of us is both teacher and student.  As student we must listen, question and challenge new information, continuously adding to our knowledge base through educational opportunities.  The role of teacher is to create educational opportunities, by presenting relevant information in a way that facilitates learning, helping the student to understand and critically think.  The teacher also needs to continually access the learning process, so both student and teacher can get the most from each educational opportunity.

Education
B.B.A. in Public Accounting, Loyola University of Chicago
M.B.A., University of St. Francis
Doctoral Student at Northern Illinois University in Adult & Higher Education

Areas of Specialization
Securities / Commodities
Accounting research
Retail                                     
Budgeting  
Food processing                     
Strategic planning
Transportation                     
Financial reporting
Auditing                              
Human Resources Development
Corporate taxes                      
Individual taxes
Litigation support                 
Manufacturing

Courses Taught
Financial Accounting    
Cost Accounting
Auditing Theory        
Managerial Accounting
Advanced Auditing             
Cooperative Education
Advanced Accounting         
Marketing Principles
Federal Income Taxes         
Human Resources Management
Business Applications         
Stock Investments
Introduction to Business         
Special Topics in Management
Intermediate Accounting         
Special Topics in Accounting
Accounting Information Systems    
Business Decision Making
Finance                
Travel Study: Italy

Highlights of Publications, Honors and Professional Contributions
Presented article "Structuring Short-Term Study Abroad Programs for Business Students" to ACCA Scholarship of Pedagogy Symposium.

Article "Structuring Short-Term Study Abroad Programs for Business Students" in the  ACCA Journal of the Scholarship of Pedagogy Symposium.

Inducted into Kappa Delta Pi - International Honor Society - Education

Member Delta Mu Delta - International Honor Society in Business Administration

Member Illinois CPA Society

Highlights of Campus Involvement
Supervised E-filing for Aurora University/ IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program - IRS recognized AU/VITA for volume and accuracy of returns prepared for the 2007 tax year

Other Interests
Helping entrepreneurial businesses adapt and thrive in a difficult economic environment
Working to enhance business and accounting education through the utilization of experiential learning practices
Structuring study abroad programs that develop the cultural effectiveness of business students.