Ph D, Educational Administration and Leadership, University of Alberta MBA, University of Alberta B. Comm, University of Alberta
Stephen has been at Bradley University since 2007. Prior to joining Bradley University, he taught at the University of Nevada Reno and Athabasca University. Stephen held managerial positions in the railroad, trucking, public relations, and banking sectors before returning to school for doctoral studies. His research focuses on the need for accounting information that supports managerial decision-making.
ATG 157 Accounting Principles - Financial
ATG 314 Cost Accounting
ATG 614 Advanced Cost Management
Stephen’s research has focused accounting information that supports managerial-decision making. He has published in the form of case studies and scholarly papers.
Selected Recent Work:
Kerr S.G., Krull, G.W. (2017). The Risks and Opportunities Associated with Weak Arithmatic Skills of Accounting Students, Journal of Learning in Higher Education. SPR 2017. VI3NI pp 63-72.
Langs, E.A., Kerr, S.G. (2013). Accounting and Incentives for Sustainability in Higher Education: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of a New Resolution. Journal of Social Responsibility. Fall 2013. Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 210-219.