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Schoenebeck, Karen P.

Contact Info
Title: Senior University Lecturer of Accounting
Email: karen.schoenebeck@njit.edu
Office: CAB 4030
Phone: 973-596-3696
Dept: School of Management
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About Me

 

Karen P. Schoenebeck, MBA, CPA, is a professor, consultant, practitioner, and author. She is a licensed CPA with over 20 years of academic experience, undergraduate and graduate, national and international, and has been cited for outstanding teaching. She received her MBA from the University of Minnesota and is currently a Senior University Lecturer at New Jersey Institute of Technology.Karen is president and founder of Two-Paved Roads, a consulting firm, served as Director of the MBA program at Southwestern College in Kansas, and is currently serving on the national board of directors for the Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting. As a Master Presenter for the Leadership Training Series and the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Leadership Academy she is a regular presenter at national and regional conferences.

Karen is a leader in curriculum redesign. Using her practical experience as a consultant, she brings real-world relevance into the accounting classroom for all business majors. Financial Statement Analysis is used to introduce financial accounting and decision making is the focus of managerial accounting.

In addition, Karen is an avid traveler, leading educational tours to Europe, Southeast Asia, and Egypt. 

Education

 

• MBA with a concentration in Accounting, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis), (1982)  Thesis: Tax Considerations in the Formation of a Business• B.S. Physical Education, University of Wisconsin(LaCrosse), 1975 

Honors & Awards

 

Certification

CPA – Wisconsin Certificate #11349 issued in 1988


Courses I Teach

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING I
TAX ACCOUNTING I
FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

Courses Taught

 

• Introductory Financial Accounting• Managerial Accounting I and II• Cost Accounting• Intermediate Accounting I and II• Tax Accounting• Advanced Accounting• Financial Statement Analysis• History and Art for the European Traveler -- Interdisciplinary course• Travel, Bridges, and Doors -- Interdisciplinary course • International Tours to Italy and Egypt that qualified for academic credit 


Research Interests

 

Financial Statement Analysis


Publications & Projects

 

BOOKS

Karen P. Schoenebeck and Mark P. Holtzman, Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements: A Project-Based Approach, sixth edition, published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2013. (352 pages)Expected release: July 2012

Karen P. Schoenebeck and Mark P. Holtzman, Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements: A Project-Based Approach, fifth edition, published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2010. (348 pages)

Karen Schoenebeck, Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements; A Project-Based Approach, published by Pearson Prentice Hall. Fourth edition, 2007. Third edition, 2004. Second edition, 2001. First edition, 1998.

 

TEST BANKS for ACCOUNTING

Karen Schoenebeck, Test Item File, to accompany Management Accounting, fourth edition, by Atkinson, Kaplan, and Young published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004. (450 pages)

Karen Schoenebeck, Test Item File, to accompany Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, eleventh edition, by Horngren, Datar, and Foster published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003. (833 pages)

Karen Schoenebeck and Linda Christensen, Test Item File, to accompany Management Accounting, third edition, by Atkinson, Banker, Kaplan, and Young published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2002. (450 pages)

OTHER SUPPLEMENTS written for ACCOUNTING

Karen Schoenebeck, Internet Exercises to accompany Accounting, sixth edition, by Horngren, Harrison, and Bamber published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005.

Karen Schoenebeck, Check Figures for Solutions, to accompany Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, by Horngren, Datar, Foster, Rajan, and Ittner published by Pearson Prentice Hall. 13th edition, 2009. 12th edition, 2007. 11th edition, 2003.

Karen Schoenebeck, Online Study Guide to accompany Introduction to Management Accounting 2e by Werner and Jones published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003.

Karen Schoenebeck, Companion Website to accompany Introduction to Accounting: A User Perspective, by Werner and Jones published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003. 

SELECTED PRESENTATION

Karen Schoenebeck and Bud Kulesza, "Personal and Professional Balance," Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) National Board Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 1, 2010. (2 CPE credit hours)

Karen Schoenebeck, “Male/Female Communication: Building Collaborative Relationships, Delegation Skills, Negotiating Conflict Situations," JNC Leadership Academy, Nashville, TN, September 30, 2010. (5 CPE credit hours)

Karen Schoenebeck, "Analyzing Financial Statements," American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA) California Regional Conference, Santa Barbara, CA, May 2010. (2 CPE credit hours)

Karen Schoenebeck, "Male/Female Communication: Building Collaborative Relationships," IMA Texas Council, Houston, TX, April 30, 2010. (1 CPE credit hour)

• Mark Holtzman with Theresa Henry, David Mest, and Karen Schoenebeck, “A Financial-Statement-Analysis Approach to the First Accounting Course,” paper presented at the 2009 National American Association of Accountants (AAA) conference, New York City, NY, August 1-5, 2009.

• Mark Holtzman with Theresa Henry, David Mest, and Karen Schoenebeck, “A Financial-Statement-Analysis Approach to the First Accounting Course,” paper presented at the 2009 Mid-Atlantic American Association of Accountants (AAA) conference, Long Branch, NJ, April, 2009.

Karen Schoenebeck, "Analyzing Financial Statements," Accounting and Auditing (AP & AS) Group of the Channel Counties Chapter of the California Society of CPAs, Santa Barbara, CA, Dec 4, 2008. (3 CPE credit hours)