Dr. Chula King is a professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance and a frequent researcher of issues involving technology.
Dr. King was an early adapter to technology, creating numerous accounting and financial management courses to be taught fully on-line.
Her research interests include ethics, privacy and technological changes in education. Other areas include privacy and security issues for operating in cyberspace, cheating in online exams, student attitudes towards intellectual honesty, the international dimensions of accounting, and the professor’s changing role in accounting education.
Her published works include “Online Exams and Cheating: An Empirical Analysis of Business Students’ Views,” “Ethics Education for CPAs: A Growing Trend,” “Using Technology to Leverage your Lectures’ Stickiness.” and “The Full Circle: Incorporating Online Teaching Strategies into the Traditional Face-to-Face Classroom.”
She also has contributed chapters or case studies to books on International Business: The Challenge of Global Competition, Accounting for Proprietorships and Partnerships, and the Choice between Alternatives on Admission to Partnership.
Privacy is one of her specialties, as King has researched changes in Internet privacy among Global Fortune 500 firms as well as students’ expectations of privacy in the digital age.
Dr. King’s Ph.D. from Louisiana State University had a major in Accounting with an emphasis on taxation and a minor in quantitative methods. She has taught a wide range of courses, including Accounting, Special Topics in AIS, Financial Management, and Accounting Aspects of Business Policy Determinations.