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Franklin University seeks academic leader for B.S. Forensic Accounting and Business Forensics Program

Written on Jun 13, 2019


Franklin University is seeking an energetic and experienced academic leader to chair its B.S. Forensic Accounting and Business Forensics Program.

The Program Chair promotes and supports the vision and mission of Franklin University and the Ross College of Business. Primary responsibilities include oversight of academic quality within the Forensic Accounting and Business Forensics Programs, guidance and support for Program faculty and related staff. The Program Chair reports directly to the Department Chair and will have responsibility for program oversight/direction, curriculum development & oversight, teaching, hiring and managing adjunct faculty, assessment, program promotion in the community, and collaboratively working within a fast-paced changing environment, among other duties.

The successful candidate must possess an earned master's degree in Accounting or a related field from a regionally accredited university, a doctorate is preferred; have demonstrated a minimum of 10 years of practical experience in a wide-variety of areas within the discipline and experience teaching at the university level. Additionally, professional certifications such as CPA or CFE, or CIA are preferred.

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