The focus of Professor Coman's continuing research has been on assessment. Her work has resulted in publication of her writing on assessment. She is often asked to and does present results of her research and work at national and international conferences. She teaches courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Until recently, she has been faculty adviser for the CLU Accounting Association for over 20 years.
Professor Coman has been appointed to the position of Director of Assessment for the School of Management at CLU.
Professor Coman is currently faculty advisor/mentor for the President's Council on Honor and Integrity, a student run honor council and club on campus. She is also actively involved in the International Center for Academic Integrity, with a goal of fostering a culture of academic integrity at CLU and at other institutions.
In addition to on-campus courses, Professor Coman leads International Business Seminars (IBS) which involve students in travel throughout Western Europe and visits to business entities during the course. The travel course is a "for-credit" experience during which high-level executives from organizations (examples are John Deere, PwC, Lloyds of London, BMW) provide lectures, tours and course materials to enhance the educational value.
Outside of her work at CLU, Carol Coman is a management consultant, specializing in financial and tax matters. She is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and maintains a current license and membership in the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA)
- Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
- Certified Financial Manager (CFM)
- Student Assessment
- Course Assessment and Program Assessment
- B.S. Accounting
- B.S.Management Science
- M.S. Management Science