Hampton University

Faculty & Staff

P. Michael Mclain

I. Current Rank

Lecturer in Accounting - Undergraduate

II. Department

Department of Accounting, Banking & Finance

III. Education

Doctoral Degree:

Doctor of Business Administration, 1998, Accounting (18 additional hours in information systems), Nova Southeastern University (An AACSB member school)

Dissertation Title: “The Schematic of Financial Distress Models to Accounting Information Inputs: An Exploration of Altman’s Z-Score and its modified form for non-public entities” UMI 9821520.

Masters Degree:

Master of Business Administration, 1978, University of Central Missouri, Business Administration (18 graduate hours in economics)

Baccalaureate Degree:

Bachelor of Arts, 1976, UNC at Charlotte, Political Science

Certifications:

Certified Public Accountant, licensed in Montana, 1984, current license expires 12-31-09, Licensed in NC, MT and VA.

Certified Government Financial Manager by the Association of Government Accountants.

IV. Courses Taught:

ACC 204 Principles of Accounting II
ACC 415 Cost Accounting
ACC 426 Managerial Accounting
ACC 419 Federal Taxation
ACC 417 Advanced Accounting I
ACC 425 Accounting Theory
ACC 201 Accounting for Non-Majors
ACC 416 Auditing
MGT 215 Statistics
MBA 203 Managerial Accounting
MBA 323 Financial Reporting and Analysis II
ACC 203 Principles of Accounting I

V. Intellectual Contributions:

Refereed Journal Articles

The Impact of the Gaming Industry on Local Employment and Personal Income”, with Sharad Maheshwari, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, vol 7, No. 3 2006

VI. Professional Organization Activities

Professional Memberships

American Accounting Association
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (1988 to 2001)
Academy of Legal Studies in Business
Institute of Finance Case Research
National Association of Credit Managers (1984 to 1991)
American Bar Association