MS Accounting Faculty

Rajib DoogarRajib Doogar - Associate Professor
Dr. Doogar's primary research interests are audit markets, financial reporting and managerial accounting. He teaches the Seminar on Accounting Research and Forensic Accounting and coordinates both the Accounting Profession Speaker Series and the UW Bothell Accounting Ethics Conference. Read more.

Portrait of Wei LiWei Li - Assistant Professor
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Hyung Il Oh - Assistant ProfessorHyung Il Oh - Assistant Professor
Dr. Oh earned his Ph.D. in Accounting from Columbia University and teaches Accounting for Valuation in the MS Accounting program. His research interests include fundamental analysis and mergers and acquisitions. Read more.

Pradyot Sen - ProfessorPradyot Sen - Professor
Professor Sen has been the Ph.D. program director and coordinator in Accounting at the University of Cincinnati, SUNY Buffalo and at U.C. Berkeley. Read more.

Ron Tilden - Senior LecturerRon Tilden - Emeritus
With an MBA from the University of Washington, Seattle, and prior experience as a CPA, Ron Tilden has had a successful career in financial management in the High Technology sector. Read more.

Lakshman Krishna Moorthy HeadshotLakshmana Krishna Moorthy​ - Assistant Teaching Professor
Krishna Moorthy’s research interests are in the areas of fraud in government contracts, securities class action litigation, auditor litigation, penalties imposed on auditors, bankruptcy, executive turnover and executive compensation. Read more.

Kara Wells HeadshotKara Wells - Senior Lecturer
Wells’ research is in empirical financial accounting, with a focus on corporate governance, investor uncertainty and accounting information, and the determinants and consequences of individual managers and accounting information. Read more.

Portrait of MurgieMurugappa (Murgie) Krishnan - Visiting Professor
Murgie Krishnan is a visiting professor in accounting. His Phd is from the University of Pennsylvania, and he has taught at various schools including Purdue, Minnesota, Carnegie-Mellon and Rutgers. Read more.