Dr. Mark Morpurgo is a fellow Chartered Professional Accountant (FCPA, FCMA) by profession, but discovered his passion for teaching 15 years ago. Mark has extensive senior management and executive experience in a number of industries including manufacturing, wholesale distribution, and professional services. Mark has been an instructor at the NAIT JR Shaw School of Business since 2003 and has been an Academic Expert and Marker at Athabasca University since 2005. Mark has also held sessional teaching appointments with MacEwan University, the University of Alberta, and The Kings University. Mark’s teaching repertoire includes financial and management accounting, business strategy, operations management, and international business. Mark also completed his Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) in Innovative Management from Athabasca University in 2014.

 

ACCT 253 – Introductory Financial Accounting
ACCT 351 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACCT 352 – Intermediate Financial Accounting II

Morpurgo, M. T. (2016). Professional Accounting Education and Meta-Competency Development. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

Morpurgo, M. T. (2013). Beyond competency: The role of professional education in the development of meta-competencies. In Management Education Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 2013 Conference.

Morpurgo, M. (1999). Adapting the plan. CMA Management, 73(5), 15.

“Beyond competency: The role of professional education in the development of meta-competencies” to the Management Education Division at the ASAC Conference in Calgary, AB. 2013

 

“Beyond competency: The role of professional education in the development of meta-competencies” at the NAIT Research Symposium in Edmonton, AB. 2013

Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta

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