Dennis F Mullen

Blank Photo Department Small Business 
 Office Cloud Hall 220
 Phone (415) 452-4731
 Mailbox C106
 E-Mail dmullen@ccsf.edu
 Fall 2012 
 Office Hours
 
TuesdayThursdayMouse
2:10-3:00PM2:10-3:00PMOver
Fall 2012 Teaching Schedule
ACCT 2 Managerial Accounting 4.0
PREREQ.: ACCT 1
72758 001 Lec M W 08:40-10:55AM BNGL A702 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST 70272 002 Lec T R 08:40-10:55AM BNGL A702 Deadlines Final Book WAIT LIST ACCT 59 Federal Income Tax 3.0 70782 501 Lec W 06:40-09:30PM MUB A260 Deadlines Final Book INTR 162 Survey of Intl Business 3.0 71479 001 Lec M W 11:10-12:25PM MUB A188 Deadlines Final Book INTR 167 International Law 3.0 70936 581 Lec R 06:00-08:50PM 88 4th St. U420 Deadlines Final Book

B.A., University of California at Berkeley; B.A., San Jose State University; M.B.A., University of California at Berkeley; CPA, State of California. Website: dennismullen.info

Prof. Mullen has been teaching at CCSF since 2001. Prof. Mullen is a former IRS auditor with over 14 years experience in conducting financial investigations, money laundering, abusive tax avoidance schemes and income tax evasion. Prof. Mullen also worked for the Nevada Department of Taxation conducting sales and use tax audits. Prof. Mullen is the Faculty Advisor for the Business Honors Club, Alpha Beta Gamma (ABG), as well as an Honors Professor for Accounting 2, Managerial Accounting. In 2010, Prof. Mullen started the IRS VITA income tax preparation site on the Ocean campus run by members of the ABG Honors Club.

I believe in teaching both the theory and the practice of accounting. I try to make students aware of what they will encounter in their first jobs in the field of accounting. I try to teach them how to deal with the ethical issues and concerns they will face on the job by presenting and discussing these issues in class along with the normal daily lecture and problem solving.

Since we live and work in a global environment, I incorporate basic accounting concepts and business phrases in various languages so that they will not feel intimidated or uncomfortable when conducting global business transactions for the first time. I encourage students to ask questions in class and via email to facilitate the discussion process but also to prepare them for dealing with future clients.

Boards and Committees: Treasurer, Glen Park Association SF, (2001-current); Treasurer, Friends of Glen Canyon Park, SF (2001 - current); Audit Committee, LINES Contemporary Ballet, SF (2004 - current); Chair, Isadora Duncan Dance Awards, SF (2004-2009, 2011-current); Santa Clara Ballet Association (1988 - current); Business Director, Classical Dance Alliance, New York City, (2002 - current); Advisory Board Member, LEGACY Oral History Program, SF Museum of Performance and Design (formerly the San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum), (1988 - current); English Editor, Ballet Art, St. Petersburg, Russia, (1999 - current), CCSF Honors Committee, (2009 - current), CCSF Academic Policies Committee, (2011 - current).

Publications: Six LEGACY oral histories on dance published and in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Peformance and Design (formerly the San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum); Ballet Art magazine, St. Petersburg, Russia. Languages spoken: French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and some Mandarin Chinese.

I enjoy reading the history of taxation and international monetary theory. I follow the Euro Zone and world market activities in order to observe how currency and bond markets behave in these uncertain times. I also enjoy reading European political history as well as the history of performing arts (especially opera and ballet) in France, Germany, Austria, Italy, and Russia. I attend regularly the opera and ballet both here in San Francisco, as well as in Paris, Vienna, Munich, St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia.

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