Faye Larson, M.B.A., C.P.A. (inactive), received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Accounting from the College of Saint Catherine and her Masters of Business Administration from Metropolitan State University in Minnesota. Prior to joining the faculty of St. Mary's University Graduate School of Business and Technology in 2015, Larson was an assistant professor of accounting at St. Catherine University for 10 years, and served as the co-chair of the Business Administration Department for two years. She began her teaching career at Metropolitan State University, where she taught in the graduate program for two years. Course taught include: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Business Law, Intermediate Accounting I, Social Entrepreneurship, Income Tax, International Business, Corporate Finance, Forensic Accounting and Fraud Analysis, Contemporary and Emerging Issues in Accounting, Audit, Management Accounting and Information Systems. Prior to teaching, Larson worked in non profit accounting for 17 years, for several organizations including Children Hospitals and Clinic, American Red Cross and Tubman Family Alliance where she served as Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Finance and Administration; in addition to her own consulting work with small businesses. She served as a director on non profit boards such as Minnesota Environmental Fund for six years. Also, she has been the committee chair and member of three individual student honor’s projects and served 8 years as faculty adviser for Delta Mu Delta, an international business honors society.
- M.B.A., Metropolitan State University of Minnesota
- B.S. Business Administration/Accounting, College of Saint Catherine, St. Paul, MN
- Certified Public Accountant, Minnesota Board of Accountancy