ucf accounting faculty

Last Updated on July 29, 2023

ucf accounting faculty

Faculty and Research

The College of Business has more than 120 distinguished faculty members who are committed to research, teaching and service. Although they come from diverse backgrounds, they all share the same goal – to help our students develop into successful business leaders.

Our faculty members have earned both national and international recognition for their research. They present their findings at conferences throughout the world and are frequently quoted in the media. Additionally, many serve as editors and contributors for scholarly publications and textbooks. As we continue to grow, we will continue to recruit and retain world-class faculty that share their extensive knowledge and research.


The mission of the Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting is to develop and deliver strong undergraduate and graduate programs, support and produce nationally and internationally relevant accounting research, and engage meaningfully with the academic and practitioner accounting communities.


The Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting will be internationally recognized for outstanding educational programs and high-quality behavioral and public policy research.


  • Improve research productivity, national and international recognition, and faculty development.
  • Develop strong undergraduate and graduate curricula.
  • Maintain high quality teaching.
  • Deal effectively with resource constraints.
  • Improve assessment of learning processes and implement findings for continuous improvement.
  • Support university and professional efforts to promote ethics, multicultural diversity and inclusivity.
  • Enhance strategic partnerships and alumni relations.
  • Secure additional external funding in support of Dixon School goals.


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