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James Nelkin

James Nelkin

Adjunct Associate Professor

James Nelkin, MBA, CPA, is an adjunct associate professor at NYU’s School of Professional Studies. A member of the AICPA, the NYSSCPA and its Litigation Services, and Exempt Organizations committees, he has worked in public accounting, private industry, city, and state governments. He worked for an international CPA firm, served as internal audit manager for a publicly held company, was internal audit director for a major New York City agency, and was executive director of program planning for a city agency investigating healthcare and welfare fraud and recovery of public funds. Now teaching Internal Auditing and Management Planning, Control, and Effective Budgeting, he previously taught at NYU’s graduate school of Public Administration and conducted training for U.S. financial regulators and foreign government auditors.

Currently Teaching

Management Planning, Control, and Effective Budgeting

Delve into the concepts, techniques, and work practices necessary to develop and install a comprehensive system of management planning and control.

Management Planning, Control, and Effective Budgeting

Delve into the concepts, techniques, and work practices necessary to develop and install a comprehensive system of management planning and control.

Internal Auditing

Improve your knowledge of internal auditing and its functions in managerial control.

Internal Auditing

Improve your knowledge of internal auditing and its functions in managerial control.