American Accounting Association


CPE Session 15

Ethics Education Boot Camp

Sponsored By: Professionalism and Ethics Committee

Presented By:

Mohammad Abdolmohammadi (Co-Coordinator), Bentley University
Janell L. Blazovich, University of St. Thomas-St. Paul
James C. Gaa, University of Alberta
Stephen E. Loeb (Co-Coordinator), University of Maryland, College Park
Dawn W. Massey, Fairfield University
Steven M. Mintz, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Kevin M. Misiewicz, University of Notre Dame
Murphy Smith, Texas A&M University
Joan Van Hise, Fairfield University

Description: NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy) has promulgated a recommended curriculum that mandates individuals sitting for the Uniform CPA Examination to have completed one of two alternative ethics curriculum components.

In this CPE session, after an introduction, there is a session that considers a number of issues relating to accounting ethics and business ethics. Next, there is a session on the “Why, What, and How of Teaching Ethics.” The boot camp concludes with a session that covers the experience of several faculty members who teach ethics and a brief wrap-up.

Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Program Level: Basic
Method of Delivery: Group — Live

Intended Audience: Accounting faculty in all accounting fields.

Format/Structure: Preliminary Schedule

Learning Objective: Have a better understanding of how to teach accounting ethics to accounting students.

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation Required: None


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