Development of experiential learning opportunities in business education.
Integrating practice intelligence in academic settings.
Ethics in the accounting and auditing profession.
Regulatory compliance and corporate governance.
My current research endeavors are collaborative and often inter-disciplinary. Colleagues at the University of Redlands and I have worked together on the creation of five textbooks in accounting and finance. We conducted this research with three purposes in mind; (1) to advance the study of accounting and financial reporting and thereby improve the value of such to society, (2) to enhance the body of knowledge in adult business education generally, and accounting and finance specifically, and (3) to improve the learning experience of finance and accounting students, particularly those enrolled in accelerated business programs.
In addition, I am collaborating with colleagues in the United Kingdom and Ireland on the topic of “Practice Intelligence” and the integration of experiential learning programs into business education.
Accounting for Managers
Financial and Managerial Accounting
Accounting and Finance for Managers
International Area Studies
Global and Domestic Consultancy Capstone
Accounting Information Systems
Financial Reporting Theory I
Financial Reporting Theory II
Ed.D. University of LaVerne, 2010
M.B.A. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1988
B.A. University of California Los Angeles, 1979
Major: Economics, Cum Laude
Adjunct Professor of Accounting, Chaffey College 1995 - 2008
Senior Manager for a regional CPA firm, supervising financial services, manufacturing, not-for-profit and governmental engagements.
Manager for KPMG, LLP, a "Big-4" international CPA firm.
Vice President, Financial Audit and Tax Officer at a financial institution.
Chief Financial Officer/Corporate Controller for an electronics corporation.
University of Redlands Dean’s Special Recognition Award (2016)
University of Redlands Outstanding Service Award (2014)
Speaker of the Year, American Payroll Association (San Gabriel Valley 2006)
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen, L. Mitchell (2018) Financial Statement Analysis: Content and Context, 2ed. Redding, California: BVT Publishing
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen (2018) Introduction to Accounting and Finance, Redding, California: BVT Publishing
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen, L. Mitchell (2016) Financial Statement Analysis: Content and Context, 1ed. Redding, California: BVT Publishing
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen (2015) Accounting and Finance for Managers. ebook for graduate course in accounting and finance.
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen (2012) Accounting: The Language of Business. ebook for undergraduate course in accounting.
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen (2011) Finance and Accounting: The Dollars and Sense of Business. ebook for undergraduate course in finance and accounting.
P. Bergevin, M. MacQueen (2010) Accounting for Managers. New York, New York, iUniverse
M. Brown, M. MacQueen, et al. Stretching Post-graduate Students’ Learning: Towards a New Concept of Practice Intelligence (2016). IFSAM World Congress.
NAC&U National Conference (2015). Topic: Civic Engagement through Student Consulting Projects
American Accounting Association Western Region Meeting (2013). Topic: The Accounting Capstone: Professionals as Effective Professors.
Southern California Accounting Research Forum (2013). Topic: The Accounting Capstone: Professionals as Effective Professors.
Western Association of Management Conference (2012). Topic: Increasing Management Bandwidth through Short-Term International Travel Courses.
Institute of Internal Auditors’ Risk Assessment Seminar (2009), Topic: Risk Assessment Basics
Certified Public Accountant, State of California
Chartered Global Management Accountant
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member, California Society of Certified Public Accountants
Audit Committee Chairman, Institute of Internal Auditors (Inland Empire Chapter 2008)