John Hogan



John possesses 20 years of college teaching experience in finance, managerial and financial accounting and cost accounting. His areas of interest are activity-based costing, budgeting and financial reporting. He previously consulted on an SEC-mandated 5-year financial restatement project for Navistar International, a commercial truck manufacturing firm based in Chicago, Illinois. He also was a founder of the fund administration department at Brown Brothers Harriman, a major custodian bank, where he was employed for ten years. Prior to his employment at BBH, John worked at The New England and Moseley Hallgarten, Estabrook and Weeden, a Boston based brokerage firm. John is the author of “Copley Bank”, an activity-based costing management teaching case study focused on the financial services industry. Areas of Expertise: Activity-Based Costing, Budgeting and Financial Reporting. Professor Hogan's consulting clients include Harvest Power, Inc., Navistar International, HRT Technology Advisors, and The MathWorks.


MBA from Babson College (1993)

Professional Experience

ACADEMIC Experience

Fisher College, Boston, Massachusetts                                 2010 – Present

Assistant Professor and Program Director of Accounting and Finance

Responsibilities:  Instruct undergraduate and MBA students in financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxation and finance courses. Instruction includes classroom and on-line classes. Also responsible for academic counseling and advising, curriculum development, academic committee membership, NEASC program assessment and extra-curricular activities.


Babson College, Wellesley, Massachusetts                           2006 - 2011                               

Adjunct Professor of Accounting

Responsibilities:  Instructed undergraduate, graduate, Fast Track and on-line accounting courses within a blended course format that included operations management and utilized the case study method with references to real life business experiences.


Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts                     2009 - 2012                                  

Adjunct Professor of Accounting

Responsibilities:  Instruct students in undergraduate and graduate courses covering strategic cost analysis, financial accounting, managerial accounting and intermediate accounting.


Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts                2010 – Present

Adjunct Professor of Accounting and Finance

Responsibilities:  Instruct CPS undergraduate on-line and blended courses covering financial accounting, managerial accounting, financial/credit analysis, investments, strategic cost analysis, risk management, financial markets and budgeting for managers.