Bryce A. Bernard
|Professor of Business|
A.A. Judson Baptist College
B.A. Corban University
M.B.A. Oregon State University
Ph.D. Nova Southeastern University
Certified Public Accountant, State of Oregon
Professional: Teaching responsibilities include accounting and nonprofit management. Serves as the faculty athletic representative.
Background: He started at Corban in 1987. Prior to his current responsibilities, he served as business faculty, Department Chair, Associate Academic Dean, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Vice President for Academics and Dean of Information Services and Dean of the School of Business at Corban.
He’s also worked in public accounting as an auditor, technology consultant and valuation consultant.
Published: Bernard, B.A. (1996), Case Study: MayaQuest; HyperNexus: Journal of Hypermedia and Multimedia Studies. Bernard, B.A. 2002, The Effect of Computer-Based Practice Sets on the Achievement of Introductory College Accounting Students. Doctoral Dissertation
Affiliations: He is a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants, American Accounting Association, Christian Business Faculty Association, Chair of the Cascade Collegiate Conference Faculty Athletic Representatives Association, a member of the NAIA Region One Eligibility Committee.
Family: He married Julie in 1981and has three children and two grandchildren; Bryan (Corban class of ’07), Jason (Corban class of ‘09) and Carrie (Corban class of 2012).
Interests: He enjoys music, golf, baseball and participating in mission trips.
Why choose Corban: “I came back to Corban to be part of building a uniquely Christian University. I know that Corban business graduates make a difference. Employers of accounting students (CPA firms and private companies) have noticed that a Corban graduate is different and they return year after year to recruit new employees.”