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Derrick Ross

Lecturer of Management

Education

  • D.B.A. (Management): Nottingham Trent University, 2012
  • MAcc (Forensic Accounting): Strayer University, 2017
  • MBA (International Business): American Intercontinental University–London (England), 2003
  • BS, (Business Administration/Accounting): Clark Atlanta University, 2001

Areas of Specialization

  • International Management
  • International Business
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Management
  • Accounting/Accounting Information Systems
  • Forensic Accounting/Auditing

Biography

Derrick Ross, D.B.A., is a lecturer of management in the Department of Management. He joins the faculty at Georgia Southern in 2020 and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the United States and Europe in management, organizational behavior, international business, international management, accounting, auditing, forensic accounting and accounting information systems. Before returning to academia, he served as an executive for a Fortune 500 company in Sweden before the age of 30. Ross has worked for two of the Big 4 Accounting firms here in the United States, as well as, in the United Kingdom. His research interests are directed primarily toward pedagogical research in a variety of interrelated areas: (1) Applied areas of managerial ethics and strategic issues in social responsibility around operational management and the recruiting, training and supervising of minorities and (2) Critical success factors in managing the ethical organization, the ethical decision-making process and the ethics of advertising to children.

Office Location

Parker College of Business room 2247
Phone: 912-478-8012

derrickross@georgiasouthern.edu

Link

Curriculum Vitae

Last updated: 4/26/2021