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Dr.Stanley Holmes

Assistant Professional Track

Department of Economics & Finance

Office Location: BA 249C

Phone: (903)468-6029

Email: Stanley.Holmes@tamuc.edu



Teaching

Courses Taught 

Teaching Experience 

 Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, California,1997-2000

Instructor – ROI and TCO Analysis for Sales Success                           

Led three seminars on Financial Analysis for Oracle Sales Professionals at the Oracle Corporation main campus.  I developed financial models with the classes to demonstrate the financial benefits of Oracle software solutions versus other competitor’s software.

 IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana,1983-1984

Instructor- Managerial Accounting

Taught two classes of Intermediate Managerial Accounting at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) main campus.  Special focus was placed on the influence of business perspective and accounting methods. Class size was approximately fifty students.

 Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 1976-1978

Instructor – Principles of Macro and Micro Economics

I led four classes of Macro and Micro Economics Principles with each class size averaging 60 students.  Special focus was placed on the history of economic theory development and the neo-classical approach.  The classes were conducted on the main campus at Texas A&M in College Station.

 Texas A&M University, Commerce, Texas, 2008- 2010

Adjunct Instructor – Accounting, Economics and Finance                                                                               

I taught online and live classes in Business Forecasting, Business Research Methods and Financial Markets and Money and Banking.  Many of these classes were online and required the use of web based instruction methods. 

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