Keith Moreland, Ph.D, CPA, CMA
Keith Moreland joined the University of Michigan-Flint faculty in 1994 and currently holds the position of Professor of Accounting. He holds a Ph.D. (Accounting) and MBA (Finance Concentration) from the University of Cincinnati and a BBA (Accounting Concentration) from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). He is a CPA, registered in Michigan, and a CMA. Prior to beginning his teaching/research career, he worked as a Manager for an international public accounting firm and as the Controller for a national consumer services company. Moreland teaches a wide variety of upper level undergraduate and graduate accounting courses including auditing, intermediate and advanced financial accounting, governmental and non-profit accounting, and professional accountancy. He is the recipient of several campus teaching awards. Moreland is active in research, with a current focus in accounting pedagogical issues.
He has published in Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Research in Accounting Regulation, The CPA Journal, and Issues in Accounting Education, among other journals. Moreland has held and currently holds various committee and service roles at UM-Flint, including two terms as Chair of the University Academic Affairs Advisory Committee, Chair of the most recent Chancellor Search Committee, and several terms on the School of Management Executive Committee. He is active in professional organizations, particularly as a member of the Michigan Association of CPA's Accounting Educators' Task Force, of which he is a current member and former Chair and Vice Chair. He has been recognized for service contributions as the recipient of the UM-Flint Distinguished Service Faculty award in 2009. He has also served as the Director of Academic Programs and as the Associate Dean of the School of Management.