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About Kurt S. Schulzke

Kurt Schulzke is Associate Professor of Accounting & Business Law at the School of Accountancy. He holds bachelors and masters degrees in accounting from Brigham Young University and a Juris Doctor from the Georgia State University College of Law. He is an alumnus of the Johannes-Kepler University-GSU Program on International Commercial Arbitration and the Harvard Program on Negotiation’s Teaching Negotiation in the Organization. He was first licensed as a CPA in 1987 and joined the Georgia State Bar in 1998. Kurt is lead co-author of World Accounting, a multi-volume Lexis-Nexis treatise on global financial reporting, has taught international accounting at KSU since 1993, and has delivered seminars on financial reporting, corporate governance, corporate ethics, family business and negotiation in major U.S., European and Latin American financial centers. He has published in the American Business Law Journal, Journal of Forensic Accounting and the Journal of Executive Education. Prior to joining the Coles College faculty in 1990, Kurt worked for four years as an auditor and tax consultant at Price Waterhouse in Atlanta. He has served family-owned businesses as a board member, CFO, and general counsel. As an attorney, he serves whistleblower, corporate and tax clients. He blogs on law and financial reporting issues at The Schulzke Brief.


Present Associate Professor of Accounting and Business Law, Kennesaw State University

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Office: Burruss Building 217
Phone: 770-423-6379


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