Dena Breece, Ph.D., CPA, CGMA

Associate Dean, Reeves School of Business
(910) 630-7275
Clark 111
Dena Breece, Assistant Professor of Accounting

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Degrees:

B.S., Methodist College; M.B.A., Campbell University; Ph.D., Trident University International; CPA, CGMA

Teaching Philosophy:

My primary objective of teaching is to make a difference in the lives of our students. I challenge students to develop their knowledge, skills, and abilities to be the best that they can be both in and out of the classroom. I encourage students to find value and meaning in their academic experience. My philosophy of teaching focuses on a diversity of instructional applications. To provide interest and methods for everyone, I utilize a variety of teaching techniques from lecture to individual and team assignments to use of technology and even off-site audit simulations. With over 20 years of practical work experience, I enjoy sharing real-life situations in the classroom to enhance accounting discussions. With hard work and commitment to excellence, each student has as an opportunity to succeed at learning and applying accounting in their personal and professional life.

Research:

Business Administration, Accounting, & Finance - The Determinants of Firm Growth in U.S. Economic Sectors.

Personal Interests:

Traveling with my husband, volunteering at my church and in the community, watching all sports – major football fan, coastal fishing, and an appreciation of art, music and theatre.

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