Title: Senior Faculty, Keller Graduate School of Management
Campus: Pomona, Calif.
Kenneth H. Shinedling is a senior faculty member at the Keller Graduate School of Management where he teaches courses in the areas of accounting, auditing and taxation. His specialties are in accountancy and auditing.
Mr. Shinedling has been a professor at Keller Graduate School of Management for the last 10 years. Before teaching courses at Keller Graduate School of Management, Mr. Shinedling worked for Southern California Edison for 20 years; there he served the company in a variety of different roles including Research and Development Accounting Manager and Internal Audit Manager. Prior to working for Southern California Edison, he worked as a staff auditor for Seidman and Seidman, CPA’s.
Mr. Shindeling holds a bachelor’s of science in business from California State University, Long Beach, a bachelor’s of science in computer information systems from DeVry University, a master’s of business administration from California Polytechnic University and is currently pursuing his doctorate from Capella University.
- Believes the combining of the U.S. GAAP and International GAAP, will change the way various applications are going to be applied. A change will be made in the way courses are taught and the way accounting applications are going to be applied. Because of this change, it will cause accountants to think differently for a long time.
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