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Linda McCann

She/Her

  • Professor

Credentials

  • Doctor of Business Administration, Business Administration
    Metropolitan State University
  • Master of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration
    Metropolitan State University

Recent and upcoming courses

Spring 2024

Biography

Linda McCann, DBA, CMA, CPA (inactive) engages adults in studies leading to careers in accounting and business. She currently instructs: Auditing, Financial and Intermediate Accounting. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from St. Catherine University and her master’s and doctorate degrees from Metro State. Prior to entering higher education, McCann worked in public accounting, as well as financial and managerial accounting, for primarily entrepreneurial and closely held organizations.

McCann, L., Horn, D., Dosch, J. (2020), Accountants as Problem Solvers: a comprehensive problem-solving rubric used cross functionally in an undergraduate accounting program. Strategic Finance, August 2020.

McCann, L. & Wilson, B. (2020). Exploring CPA Partner’s Educational Path and Views on Meeting the 150-Hour Rule. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 20(1). doi: 10.33423/jaf.v20i1.2746

Wilson, B., McCann, L., Miller, C. (2019). Exploring Deep Learners’ Perceptions of Online Homework. Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines, v.6(2). ISSN 2329-5163

McCann, L. (2017). Thinking Outside the Ledger: A Visual Representation Project for Accounting Students, Accounting Educators’ Journal, January

McCann, L. (2017), Thirty Credits - A View from the Top: The CPA Licensing Requirement of Thirty Additional College Credit Hours and Application of Those Thirty Hours. ProQuest Dissertation Publishing, submitted December 2014, approved by Metropolitan State Library on September 6, 2016, published in 2017.

McCann, L. & Wilson, B., (2015). CPE Design Ignites with Possibilities: What’s In, What’s Out and What Works? MNCPA Footnote, December,

McCann, L & Thompson, D., No Longer a Matter of If, but When: CPA’s Brace for Cybercrime. MNCPA Footnote, October 2014