Accounting Faculty Opening in Crowell School of Business
We invite applications for a tenure-track position in Accounting
to be a part of our Accounting Program which consists of a B.S. in
accounting and a Masters of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc).
QUALIFICATIONS: Masters in an Accounting or equivalent
discipline from an accredited university. Doctorate preferred. CPA
license is required. Interested specifically in a doctorate in
Accounting, or 12 plus graduate hours (Accounting) with a general
business doctorate. An ability and desire to integrate business
principles with faith perspectives in course content and delivery.
This is a tenure track position.
DUTIES: Faculty members in the Crowell School of Business are
subject matter experts in their respective disciplines who actively
integrate their faith in teaching, research, and life. They are
responsible to develop and deliver curricula that prepares
professionally qualified business leaders. Faculty in the Crowell
School of Business are expected to exhibit excellence in teaching
and scholarly activity, maintain an active applied business related
research agenda and participate actively in university service.
Faculty teach 12 units in undergraduate courses, or a combination
of undergraduate and graduate courses. Advise students in program,
course, academic and career-related matters. Encouraged to pursue
consulting with Los Angeles-area firm(s) and actively involve such
into case analysis in the classroom. Send letter of interest, CV,
three references, statement of faith, and transcripts to: Beth
Starr, Program Manager, Crowell School of Business, Biola
University, 13800 Biola Ave., La Mirada, CA 90639;
Crowell School of Business is one of six schools that comprise
Biola University. As part of a University, Crowell serves both
graduate and undergraduate students. Crowell is accredited with the
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
Biola is an evangelical Christian university in which faculty
endorse a university statement of Christian faith and community
values, and are committed to the integration of faith and learning.
Candidates must be willing to support Biola's mission and
preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a clear
commitment to the integration of faith into their scholarship and
teaching. Biola serves a student body of over 5,500 undergraduate
and graduate students and is accredited by WASC.