Francisco Badua

Contact

Dr. Francisco Badua
Associate Professor

Phone: (409) 880-8649
Email: fbadua@lamar.edu
Office: Galloway Business Building Office 257
Office Hours: MWF 12:30-1:30pm MW 3:10 - 3:50pm

Ph.D.   Rutgers University
M.B.A.   Rutgers,  Newark
B.S.   Saint Peter's College
Solutions Architect SAP TERP 10

Courses Taught

Masters:

Adv Accounting Info Systems 
Advanced Auditing 
Cost Accounting 

MBA:

Financial Statement Analysis 
Global Enrichment  
Managerial Accounting 

Bachelors:

Cost Accounting 
Intermediate Accounting I  
Internship 
Intro to Financial Accounting
Intro to Managerial Accounting 
Special Problems 
Special Problems in Business

Professional Experience

Academic Experience 

Assistant Professor, Lamar University (2009 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.

Assistant Professor, McNeese State University (September, 2003 - May, 2009), Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Instructor and Research Assistant, Rutgers University (September, 1999 - May, 2003), Newark, New Jersey.

Non-Academic Experience 

Junior Accountant, Daily News, L. P. (July, 1996 - July, 1995), Jersey City, New Jersey.

Federal Tax Accounting Intern, Merrill Lynch (June, 1995 - October, 1994), New York, New York.

Service

Institutional Service 

College Assignments

Member:
2015-2016:  Multicultural Enhancement Committee  
2015-2016:  Facilities, Technology, & Space Development Committee  
2014-2015 – 2015-2016:  BUSI 2300  
2014-2015:  Accreditation and Assessment Committee Lamar University  
2013-2014 – 2014-2015:  Institutional Resources Committee Lamar University  
2013-2014:  University Professor/Merit Award Committee  
2012-2013 – 2013-2014:  Assessment Committee Lamar University  
2011-2012:  Faculty Development Committee Lamar University  

University Assignments

Member:
2014-2015:  Faculty Senate  
2012-2013:  University Curriculum Committee

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Articles 

  • Badua, F. (2015).  The ROOT and STEM of a Fruitful Business Education.   Journal of Education for Business, 90 (1).
  • Colon, R., Badua, F., & Torres, I. (2015).  Techniques for Closing the Loop in Accounting Pedagogy.   Business Education Innovation Journal, 7 (2), 102-106.
  • Badua, F. (2015).  Laying Down the Law on Lockheed: How an Aviation and Defense Giant Inspired the FCPA.   Accounting Historians Journal.
  • Badua, F. & Sharifi, M. (2015).  Strategy Audit Case: Ultra Bazaar Corporation.   Internal Auditing.
  • Badua, F., Sharifi, M., & Mendez, F. (2014).  What Makes a Top-Selling Textbook? Comparing Characteristics of AIS Textbooks.   Journal of Education for Business, 89 (5).
  • Badua, F. & Sharifi, M. (2014).  Auditing Green: Systems Documentation for Sustainability.   Internal Auditing.
  • Badua, F. (2014).  Going Green is Doing Well, Does Research Show It Pays to Tell?   Today's Cpa.
  • Bradford, M., Taylor, E., & Badua, F. (2012).  Elegance, Relevance, and Provenance: Contextualizing and Analyzing AIS Educators' Choices of Systems Diagramming Techniques.   Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 13, 140-153.
  • Contreras, S., Badua, F., & Adrian, M. (2012).  Peer Effects on Undergraduate Business Student Performance.   International Review of Economics Education, 11 (1), 57-66.
  • Badua, F. A., Sharifi, M., & Watkins, A. L. (2011).  The Topics, They Are A-Changing: The State of the AIS Curriculum and the Case for a Second Course.   Accounting Educators' Journal, XXI, 89-106.
  • Contreras, S., Badua, F., Chen, J., & Adrian, M. (2011).  Documenting and Explaining Major Field Test Performance among Undergraduate Students.   Journal of Education for Business, 86 (2), 64-70.
  • Badua, F. A. & Watkins, A. (2011).  Too Young To Have a History? Using Data Analysis to Reveal Trends in AIS.   Accounting Historians Journal, 38 (2), 75-102.
  • Badua, F., Previts, G., & Vasarhelyi, M. (2011).  Tracing the Development of Accounting Thought by Analyzing Content, Communication, and Quality.   Accounting Historians Journal, 38 (1), 31-56.
  • Badua, F., Mendez, F. M., & Kim, S. H. (2011).  Topics of Business Technology.   Journal of the Academy of Business Education.

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

  • Badua, F. & Burns, C. (2016). Tripling the Pass Rate: How an Accounting Program in a US State University Increased the CPA Exam Pass Rate among Its Students.   AAA, NYC, New York.
  • Badua, F. & Burns, C. (2016). They Can Count Beans, Now How About Writing and Critical Thinking?   AAA, NY, New York.
  • Badua, F. & Colon, R. (2014). Debit, Credit, Get It? Techniques for Closing the Loop in Accounting Education.   American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Badua, F. (2014). Unexpected Embrace: Globalization and Accounting Education.   American Accounting Association, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Badua, F. (2014). The ROOT and STEM of a Fruitful Accounting Education.   Accounting Education Forum, Nacogdoches, Texas.
  • Badua, F. (2013). Schooled by Scandal.   AAA, Anaheim, California.
  • Badua, F. (2013). Greening the Accounting Curriculum.   AAA, Anaheim, California.
  • Badua, F. & Watkins, A. (2011). Listener's Literature.   Academy of Accounting Historians Conference, Washington, District of Columbia.
  • Contreras, S., Badua, F., & Adrian, M. (2011). Peer Effects on Undergraduate Business Student Performance.   Western Economic Association International (WEAI) 86th Annual Conference, San Diego, California.
  • H.S., L., F., B., & F., M. (2011). Using Data Marts for Probability Management.   Decision Sciences Institute, Houston, Texas.