Herbert M. Chain

Assistant ProfessorExecutive Director, Tobin Center for Executive Education
Department of Accountancy
DBA (Expected 2019), Business Administration, International School of ManagementMS, International Affairs, New York University, School of Continuing and Professional StudiesMBA, Finance/Accounting, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Graduate School of Business BS, Marine Geology, Duke University
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Accountancy and Executive Director of the Center for Executive Education of the Tobin College of Business. I retired from Deloitte in May 2015 after 38 years, 27 as audit partner.

Teaching Interests

My primary teaching interests are Accounting Ethics and Professionalism, SEC Practice, and Enterprise Risk Management. I also teach Principles of Auditing and Accounting for Financial Institutions.

Research Interests

Auditor skepticism.

Courses Taught

ACC
625
ACC, ETHICS, & PROFESSIONALISM
ACC
636
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
ACC
640
SEC ACCOUNTING PRACTICE
ACC
3372
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
ACC
3373
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III
ACC
4347
PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING
AIS
625
ACC ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM
ERM
601
ENTERPRISE RISK MGT I
ERM
603
CULTURE LEADERSHIP & GOV RISK
Keywords:
  • Auditing
  • Ethics
  • SEC practice