Bunney Schmidt

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Dr. Bunney Schmidt's formal training is in the accounting area where she has worked in many different areas over the last 30+ years. During her graduate program, she began teaching and has been teaching for over 20 years both online and in the classroom. At Walden University, she teaches a variety of accounting graduate classes all of which she enjoys very much.
Dr. Schmidt's current research interests focus primarily on tax and accounting fraud. She owns her own tax practice so keeps up on this area regularly. Dr. Schmidt also is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Management Accountant and a member of several different accounting organizations. She enjoys working with small businesses especially and donating time to help non-profit organizations but her most satisfying accomplishments are watching students succeed in her class and acquire the knowledge needed to be successful in the accounting profession.

Courses Taught

ACCT 6130 - Managerial Accounting & Organization Performance

ACCT 6600 - Managing Operational & Financial Business Risks

ACCT 6610 - Managing Regulatory Compliance

ACCT 6620 - Accounting Theory & Application

ACCT 6650 - Forensic & Advanced Audit Topics

ACCT 6670 - Not-for-profit & Government Accounting


DBA, Nova Southeastern University

Masters in Accounting (MAcc), Utah State University

BS, Utah State University