Charles Hugh Smith
Professor Charles H. Smith served as the Chair of the Department ofAccounting at Penn State, January 1987 to June 2000. He has receivedseveral teaching awards at the undergraduate and graduate levels, andin executive development programs. He received the PICPA OutstandingEducator Award in 2004, and the AICPA Award for DistinguishedAchievements in Accounting Education in 2005. His publicationsinclude books,monographs, service as a foreign correspondent for a journal, articlesin U.S. and foreign journals and reprints.Professor Smith has taught at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,Arizona State University, the University of Texas at Austin, theUniversity of Washington (Seattle), and the University of Cape Town. He has served the American Accounting Association on Council,numerous committees and as Director of the Doctoral Consortium. He has also served theAmerican Institute of CPAs on the Commodity Futures Subcommittee, andthe 150-Hour Program Committee. His professional involvements also include service as a member on theeditorial boards of The Accounting Review, the Journal of Accountancy,and others.Professor Smith has been a consultant to Caterpillar Inc., GTE Molex, Inc., Ernst & Whinney, Touche Ross, U.S. Internal Revenue Service, and others. He has also served on grant committees for Arthur Andersen (Doctoral Fellowships), Delloitte & Touche (Doctoral Fellowships), and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright Fellowships).
Financial accounting and auditing issues. Financial accounting theory. International dimensions of accounting.
ACCTG 471 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I (3)
Theory and practice issues in income concepts and value measurement; GAAP; revenues, costs, assets, liabilities, and equities.
ACCTG 211 (4)
Introduction to the role of accounting numbers in the process of managing a business and in investor decision making.