Dr. Thomas C. Wooten
Dr. Thomas C. Wooten
Professor of Accounting
Email: Dr. Tommy Wooten
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONPh.D. - Georgia State University, Accounting
M.P.A. - Georgia State University, Master of Professional Accountancy
B.B.A. - University of Georgia, Accounting
Certified Management AccountantCertified Public Accountant
Associate Professor of Accounting, Belmont University
Instructor, Georgia State University
Senior Corporate Accountant, Yancey Bros. Company
Audit Senior, Coopers & Lybrand CPAs
Wooten, T. C., Dillard-Eggers, J., Childs, B., & Coker, J. (2008). Evidence on the Effectiveness of On-line Homework. College Teaching Methods & Styles Journal, 4 (5), 9-15.
Wooten, T. C. & Coker, J. (2006). Tennessee Accounting Grads: What You Get For the Money. Tennessee CPA.
SELECTED HONORS & AWARDS
Awarded a Summer Belmont Time-out for research into teaching effectiveness for accounting students., Belmont University.
GTA Teaching Excellence Award, Georgia State University
Dr. Thomas C. Wooten has taught at Belmont University since 1994. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia and Master of Professional Accountancy and Ph. D. from Georgia State University. His professional education also includes achieving certification as a Public Accounting (CPA) and as a Management Accountant (CMA).
His research interest in teaching pedagogy has resulted in articles published in the College Teaching Methods & Styles Journal, Tennessee CPA, Journal of College Teaching and Learning, and Advances in Accounting Education. Articles relating to auditing have been published in the CPA Journal and papers presented at regional and national professional conferences.
Dr. Wooten has served his profession as a past editor of the Nonprofit Management & Leadership journal and holds membership in the American Accounting Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Institute of Management Accountants, and other professional organizations.
Dr. Wooten has earned memberships in Beta Gamma Sigma (business), Sigma Beta Delta (business) and Beta Alpha Psi (accounting) honor societies. He received the GTA Teaching Excellence Award while at Georgia State University.