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David Morris, Ph.D.

Title: Associate Professor - Accounting
Phone: 706-864-1611
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Office: Newton Oakes Center 115, Dahlonega

Overview

Dr. David Morris serves as an associate professor of accounting in the Mike Cottrell College of Business at the University of North Georgia. Dr. Morris has taught the next generation of accounting graduates at UNG for more than 30 years. He is an active member of the American Institute of CPAs and in 2014 received his Chartered Global Management Accountant license.

Courses Taught

ACCT 2101: Principles of Accounting I, ACCT 2102: Principles of Accounting II, ACCT 4360: Cost Accounting, ACCT 4370: Managerial Accounting

Education

  • Ph.D., Accounting, American University London, 1992
  • M.P.A., Accounting, University of Southern Mississippi, 1981
  • B.S.B.A., Accounting, University of Southern Mississippi, 1980

Publications

Morris, D., Scott, J., Parker, V. (2015). An initial investigation into the affordable care act, professional ethics, faith and hobby lobby. Canadian International Journal of Social Science and Education, 3, 118-122.

Morris, D., Scott, J. (2014). A revised pilot study examining the effects of the timing and size of classes on student performance in introductory accounting classes. Research in Higher Education Journal, 23, 1-5. 

Morris, D., Scott, J. (2014). An empirical investigation into the impact of class size, GPA and the timing of classes on the performance of accounting students. Journal of American Business Review, Cambridge, 2 (2), 52-58.

Scott, J., Morris, D., Parker, V. (2013). The Magnitude and Characteristics of the Incentives That Drive Student Cheating. The Mustang Journal of Accounting and Finance, 3, 27-37. http://mustangjournals.com/MJAF/v3_MJAF_2013_forwebsite.pdf 

Morris, D., Pendarvis, D.M. (2012). Analysis of the perceptions of accounting students and practitioners regarding the ethnicity of earnings management post sarbanes-oxley. Journal of Academic and Business Ethics, 6, 1-15.

Morris, D., Scott, J., Orwig, R. (2011). Buy a car and win a ticket. Journal of Critical Incidents, 4(1), 38-39.

Work Experience

Instructor of Accounting
Nicholls State University
1981 - 1984

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