Herbert M. Chain

Assistant Professor
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