Faculty / School of Business

Arthur Baghdasarian

Adjunct professor


Arthur Baghdasarian is adjunct professor of law. He has been a California licensed Certified Public Accountant since 1989, and a California attorney since 1993, holding office in Glendale, CA. Mr. Baghdasarian graduated in the top 20% of his class at Whittier Law School, and is a member of the Delta Mu Delta National Honor Society in Business Administration, as well as the Alpha Gamma Sigma California Community College Honor Society. He has more than 30 years of experience in the accounting sector, having held positions such as assistant controller, senior CPA / auditor, and forensic litigation support CPA. He has also worked in various legal positions such as associate attorney and general counsel member of numerous organizations, such as the California State Bar, the California State Board of Accountancy, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Chartered Global Management Accountant Association (CGMA), the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the California Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, U.S. District Court (Central District), the United States Supreme Court, and the California Department of Real Estate.

Mr. Baghdasarian volunteered for years as a certified mediator and arbitrator for the L.A. County Superior Court. He also served as a trained volunteer Judge (Pro Tem) for various locations of the California Superior Court. Since 1997, he has been an adjunct professor of numerous graduate and undergraduate courses in financial and managerial accounting, business ethics, business law, etc. Currently, he is a candidate in the Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership (EDOL) program.

Education

B.S.in Accounting (Cal State L.A.)
JD (Whittier Law School)
MBA (Woodbury)
Doctoral Candidate (Pepperdine EDOL)