Logan Browning, a proud Concord alumnus, serves Concord University as Assistant Professor of Accounting and VITA co-coordinator. Dr. Browning teaches a wide array of undergraduate accounting courses including intermediate accounting, cost accounting, accounting for governments/non-profits, accounting and business data analytics, and forensic accounting/fraud examination. He also teaches accounting for managers and data analytics II in Concord’s MBA program. In addition to supporting students at Concord, Dr. Browning serves on the board of a non-profit, Help the Little Hearts Inc., and is an award-winning banjo player. Prior to serving at Concord, he spent several years as an accountant/data analyst for the U.S. Department of Treasury where he developed and implemented a cost accounting system.
Ph.D., Major – Accounting, Minors – Finance/Statistics, Kent State University (2017)
M.B.A., West Virginia University (2008)
B.S.B.A., Emphasis – Accounting, Minor – Music, Concord University (2007)