Mr. Chris Graham

Mr. Chris Graham
Position
Teaching Professor

Credentials

BA in Economics, Queen's University; MBA, University of Western Ontario; CPA, CGA

Contact
Office: BEC 258

Expertise

  • Management accounting
  • Revenue pricing models

Chris Graham joined the Gustavson School of Business in 2003, where he instructs accounting and finance in both the bachelor and masters programs. He has also served as the school’s assistant dean of finance and administration, director of accreditation, director of the MBA programs, acting director to the Bachelor of Commerce program and champion of the management specialization.

His main areas of interest are revenue-pricing models for both profit and non-profit organizations, and First Nations economic development activities.

In addition to the University of Victoria, Graham has taught at the Ivey School of Business, was the department head of management at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (now the First Nations University of Canada) at the University of Regina, and was an instructor and the chair of the accounting department at Camosun College in Victoria.

He also has industry experience managing a medium-sized manufacturing firm in Ontario, consulting on economic development projects in northern Saskatchewan, and managing the revenue and marketing operations for a medium-sized Canadian municipality.

  • Graham C. & Beaubien L. Cost accounting: A managerial emphasis (7th ed.). Toronto: Pearson.

International

  • 2016: Global Best Award (Gold Medal) in the category of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Skills for the North America region. Awarded to the Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs (NW-ACE) program by International Education Business Partnership Network (IPN) in partnership with the Conference Board of Canada. Graham is part of the academic team that delivers the program. 
  • 2016: Alan Blizzard Award in Collaboration in Teaching, awarded for the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Graham is part of the academic team that delivers the program.

University

  • 2014: MBA Teaching Award, Gustavson School of Business
  • 2007: Award of Excellence for Outstanding Service, Gustavson School of Business

Undergraduate

  • Financial Accounting (Com 315)
  • Management Accounting (Com 316)
  • Financial and Management Accounting For Specialists (Com 270)
  • Management Finance (Com 240)
  • Strategic Management (Com 400)
  • Management Accounting II (Com 426)

Graduate

  • Financial and Managerial Accounting (MBA 520)
  • Applied Managerial Economics (MBA 515)