Dr. Bosch, CPA is an assistant professor of business management. Bosch worked in Iraq for almost six years, starting and operating a business; providing management consulting services to small businesses; developing, organizing and managing a women’s center offering English, computer, literacy, art and health classes; teaching at the University of Dohuk in Iraq; and coordinating work with local field office staff, local government, the U.S. military, other nongovernmental organizations and U.S. headquarters.
Dr. Bosch has previously worked for Fortune 500 companies in the areas of corporate finance, treasury, strategic planning, and supply chain management. Additionally, he has worked in compliance and financial planning for a regional bank, the investor reporting department of an institutional real estate investment firm, and directing relief and development work in Central America.
Dr. Bosch received his M.B.A from the University of Notre Dame with concentrations in International Business and Corporate Finance. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Kentucky and his Ph.D. from Regent University. His research interests include the impact of personal values and spirituality on commercial and social entrepreneurship. He is a recipient of the Francis White Ewbank Award, Asbury's highest honor for teaching.