Christopher Robert Zapalski, D.B.A.
Department Chair, Accounting
Location: Tigerville, SC
“At North Greenville, my calling is to create an Accounting environment that is encouraging and comforting and one that urges students to recognize that God owns it all, and to live lives worthy of God, who has called you into His kingdom and glory (1 Thessalonians 2:12 (NIV)).”
Teaching & Education
You will learn with me when taking courses in Accounting and Finance.
B.S., Nova Southeastern University
M.B.A., Nova Southeastern University
M.Acct., Nova Southeastern University;
M.P.A., Keller Graduate School of Management
M.I.S.M., Keller Graduate School of Management
M.H.R.M., Keller Graduate School of
M.S., Purdue University Global
J.D., Nova Southeastern University
LL.M., Western Michigan University
D.B.A., Colorado Technical University
My experience includes teaching at the university level since 2002. I am also a Practicing Tax Attorney and Accountant.
Zapalski, C. (2021). A lead-lag relationship between the stock markets of Europe, Asia, and the North America. Advanced Management Journal (Pending Editorial Revisions)
Shmidt, J. L., & Zapalski, C., & Toole, J. (2005). The relationship between intragroup dichotomization and bipolar groupthink. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship 10(2) 35-57.
Beta Theta Pi Executive Board Member of the Year
2005 – Colorado Technical University Professional Development Award.
2005 – Colorado Technical University Faculty Service Award.
2004 – Colorado Technical University Faculty Service Award.
Christopher is a practicing accountant and attorney and has been admitted to the bar in Florida, The District of Columbia, the U.S. Tax Court, as well as other federal jurisdictions. When Christopher is not teaching or grading work, he enjoys spending time with his daughter Tabitha, and wife Laura. During his leisure time, he is either training horses or traveling in the family boat or motorhome.
Favorite Course to Teach:
Fraud Examinations, because I can heed Gods calling by invoking biblically consistent values all while challenges students to exit their comfort zones with society.
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