Kimberly Fatten | Capital University, Columbus Ohio


  • Kimberly Fatten, CPA, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

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    Troutman Hall


    • Biography

      Professor Fatten has extensive accounting experience including roles as Director of Budgetary Administration, Manager of Financial Planning & Analysis, Cost Accountant, Asst. Director of Management Planning and Information, Sr. Auditor and Tax Preparer. She also does consulting for small business start-up endeavors accounting procedures and systems. She has several years of full-time teaching experience including Eastern Illinois University, Purdue University and Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research interests include accounting student engagement, personal financial literacy, and fradu/forensic accounting.

    • Classes

      Financial Accounting Fundamentals
      Managerial Accounting
      Cost Accounting

    • Degrees

      ABD; Higher Education and Student Affairs, Indiana University
      Masters of Business Administration, Indiana University
      Bachelors of Science in Accounting, Indiana State University

    • Publications

      Doctoral Dissertation (pending): An examination of Student Engagement among Senior Accounting Majors Using Data from the National Survey of Student Engagement

      Building a MOOC for EdX - Presentation at Tennessee Technological University's I3 conference

      Women & Financial Independence - Capital University Teach-In – A Day Without A Woman

      Business Accounting Basics – EdX Massively Open Online Course (MOOC)