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Smith, Kenneth

Department Chair, Accounting and Legal Studies
Perdue Hall (PH) 233
410-548-5563 or ext 85563
kjsmithsalisburyedu
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Website:
http://www.salisbury.edu/acctlegal/kjsmith.asp


Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • ACCT 305-001 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
    Detailed analysis of accounting concepts, including current and noncurrent liabilities, stockholders equity accounts, related revenue and expense accounts, and statement of changes in financial position. Emphasis on recent APB and FASB guidelines. Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and junior standing. Three hours per week.
  • ACCT 305-152 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
    Detailed analysis of accounting concepts, including current and noncurrent liabilities, stockholders equity accounts, related revenue and expense accounts, and statement of changes in financial position. Emphasis on recent APB and FASB guidelines. Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and junior standing. Three hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • ACCT 305-001 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
    Detailed analysis of accounting concepts, including current and noncurrent liabilities, stockholders equity accounts, related revenue and expense accounts, and statement of changes in financial position. Emphasis on recent APB and FASB guidelines. Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and junior standing. Three hours per week.
  • ACCT 305-152 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
    Detailed analysis of accounting concepts, including current and noncurrent liabilities, stockholders equity accounts, related revenue and expense accounts, and statement of changes in financial position. Emphasis on recent APB and FASB guidelines. Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and admission to Professional Program. Non-Major Prerequisites: C or better in ACCT 304, successful completion of the Accounting Program admission test, and junior standing. Three hours per week.
  • ACCT 494-001 DIRECTED STUDY
    For students who desire to do research or pursue a special topic in accounting. May be used as an accounting elective if approved by the chair of the Accounting Department. Prerequisites: Junior standing and consent of instructor prior to registration.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Dombrowski, R., Smith, K. & Wood, B. 
(2013). 
Bridging the Education-Practice Divide: The Salisbury University Auditing Internship Program. 
Journal of Accounting Education, 
31, 
84-106. 
Dombrowski, R.F., Smith, K.J., & Wood, B.G. 
(2013). 
Bridging the education-practice divide: The Salisbury University auditing internship program. 
Journal of Accounting Education, 
31(1), 
84-106. 
Marshall, P. D., Smith, K. J., Dombrowski, R. F., & Garner, R.M. 
(2012). 
Accounting faculty perceptions of the influence of educational & work experiences on their performance as educators. 
The Accounting Educators' Journal, 
22, 
73-91. 
Smith, K.J., Davy, J.A., & Rosenberg, D.L. 
(2012). 
An Empirical Analysis of an Alternative Configuration of the Academic Motivation Scale. 
Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 
Easterling, D. S., & Smith, K. J. 
(2011). 
Business student perceptions regarding purpose, choice of major, & future work: A factor analytic investigation. 
Business Education Digest, 
18, 
1-24. 
Everly, G.S., Davy, J.A., Smith, K.J.,Lating, J.M., & Nucifora, F.C. 
(2011). 
A Defining Aspect of Human Resilience in the Workplace: A Structural Modeling Approach. 
Disaster Medicine & Public Health Preparedness, 
5(2), 
98-105. 
Smith, K.J. 
(2011). 
Work-Family Conflict & Job Burnout among Correctional Staff: A Comment on Lambert & Hogan (2010). 
Psychological Reports, 
108(1), 
23-26. 
Marshall, P. D., Dombrowski, R. F., Garner, R. M., & Smith, K. J. 
(2010). 
The accounting education gap: Faculty perspectives. 
The CPA Journal, 
6, 8-10. 
Smith, K.J. 
(2010). 
A Structural Model of Teacher Role Stress, Satisfaction, Commitment, & Intentions to Leave: A Comment on Conley & You (2009). 
Psychological Reports, 
106(2), 
576-578. 
Smith, K.J., Davy, J.A. & Rosenberg, D.L. 
(2010). 
An examination of the validity of the academic motivation scale with a United States business student sample. 
Psychological Reports, 
106(2), 
323-341. 
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Smith, K.J., Derrick, P.L., & Koval, M.R. 
(2010). 
Stress & its Antecedents & Consequences in Accounting Settings: An Empirically Derived Theoretical Model. 
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, 
13, 
113-142. 
Smith, K.J., Derrick, P.L., & Koval, M.R. 
(2010). 
Stress & Its Antecedents & Consequences in Accounting Settings: An Empirically Derived Theoretical Model. 
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, 
13, 
113-142. 
Davy, J. A., Smith, K. J., & Rosenberg, D. L. 
(2009). 
Motivation & unethical behavior: Are there gender differences? 
Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Roundtable, 
1-24. 
Everly, G.S., Smith, K.J., & Lating, J.M. 
(2009). 
A Rationale for Cognitively-Based Resilience & Psychological First Aid (PFA) Training: A Structural Modeling Analysis. 
International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 
11(4), 
249-262. 
Smith, K. J., Davy, J. A., & Rosenberg, D. L. 
(2009). 
The influence of motivation on cheating behavior among accounting majors. 
Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching & Curriculum Innovations, 
10, 
169-188. 
Smith, K. J., Davy, J. A., Rosenberg, D. L., & Haight, G. T. 
(2009). 
The role of motivation & attitude on cheating among business students 
Journal of Academic & Business Ethics, 
1, 
12-37. 
Smith, K., Timothy Haight, G. & Rosenberg, R. 
(2009). 
An examination of AACSB member school processes for evaluating intellectual contributions & academic & professional qualifications of faculty. 
Journal of Education for Business, 
84(4), 
219-227. 
Smith, K.J. 
(2009). 
The Influence of Motivation & Attitude on Cheating Behavior Among Accounting Majors. 
Proceedings of the 2009 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 
Easterling, D. S., & Smith, K. J. 
(2008). 
A factor-analytic investigation of students' perceptions regarding purpose, choice of major and future work. 
Journal of College & Character, 
10(2), 
1-20. 
Everly, G. S., Smith, K. J., & Welzant, V. 
(2008). 
Cognitive-affective resilience indicia as predictors of burnout & job-related outcome 
International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 
10(3), 
185-189. 
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Smith, K.J. 
(2008). 
The Influence of Motivation & Attitude on Cheating Behavior Among Accounting Majors. 
Proceedings of the 2008 Mid-Atlantic Region American Accounting Association Meeting, 
Davy, J. A., Kincaid, J. F., Smith, K. J., & Trawick, M. A. 
(2007). 
An examination of the role of attitudinal characteristics & motivation on the cheating behavior of business students. 
Ethics & Behavior, 
17(3), 
309-318. 
Smith, K.J., Davy, J.A., & Everly, G.S. 
(2007). 
An assessment of the contribution of stress arousal to the beyond the role stress model. 
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, 
10, 
127-158. 
Haight, G. T., Engler, G., & Smith, K. J. 
(2006). 
An examination of the characteristics of college endowment funds 
The Journal of Investing, 
15(3), 
47-51. 
Smith, K. J., Davy, J. A. & Everly, G. S. 
(2006). 
An assessment of the construct distinctiveness of stress arousal and burnout. 
Psychological Reports, 
99(2), 
396-406. 
Smith, K. J. & Rubenson, G. C. 
(2005). 
An exploratory study of organizational structures & processes at AACSB member schools 
Journal of Education for Business, 
133-138. 
Haight, G. T., Engler, G., & Smith, K. J. 
(2004). 
College endowment funds: Who is in charge? 
Business Forum, 
26(1), 
17-20. 
Smith, K. J., Davy, J. A., & Easterling, D. S. 
(2004). 
An examination of cheating & its antecedents among marketing & management majors 
Journal of Business Ethics, 
50(1), 
63-80. 
Smith, K. J., Ervin, D. M., & Davy, J. A. 
(2003). 
An examination of the antecedents of cheating among finance students. 
Journal of Financial Education, 
13-33. 
Smith, K. J., Davy, J. A., Rosenberg, D. L. & Haight, G. T. 
(2002). 
A structural modeling investigation of the influence of demographic & attitudinal factors & in-class deterrents on cheating behaviors among accounting majors 
Journal of Accounting Education, 
20(1), 
45-65. 
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Smith, K. J., Laband, D. N., & Schick, A. G. 
(2002). 
Institutional characteristics & CPA exam pass rates 
Accounting Enquiries, 
11(2), 
187-226. 
Smith, K. J., Rubenson, G. C. & Bebee, R. F. 
(2002). 
Using self-directed teams to achieve quality education: An Illustrative matrix model for a business school structure. 
Journal of Education for Business, 
77(4), 
214-218. 
Quinn, J. D. & Smith, K. J. 
(2000). 
The Ridgelly House venture: Triple net commercial lease/purchase case 
Issues in Accounting Education, 
459-481. 

Awards(s)

Ken Smith (2012). Faculty Appreciation Award - Salisbury University Alumni Association, Salisbury, MD.

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