Nicholas Jewczyn, PhD

Nicholas Jewczyn, PhD

Nicholas Jewczyn

Forbes School of Business

Dr. Nicholas Jewczyn is an Assistant Professor in the Forbes School of Business at Ashford University. He graduated with honors from Walden University, where he earned a PhD in Management with a specialization in Financial Economics, and with distinction from the New York Institute of Technology, where he received a Master of Business Administration in Finance. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Technical Careers with a specialization in Management from Southern Illinois University/Carbondale, and is certified in both full-charge book-keeping and taxation from the Universal Accounting Center. Dr. Jewczyn completed his undergraduate studies while serving in the U.S. Navy and spent a few decades working in and around the finance industry before getting into the field of education. He has held many positions in his career, including business consultant, factor, high net worth (HNW)/QIB financial advisor at a federal wire-house, federal judge for FINRA, business owner, radio DJ, and as a radio talk show host and moderator on the CBS network. As an instructor, he has taught dozens of college courses in various subjects such as accounting, business, finance, and economics. Dr. Jewczyn has published international academic journal research articles and books as well and he has nearly 30 publications. He continues to serve on a half dozen boards of international academic journals as a technical editor and he continues to be invited to serve as a research journal peer-reviewer and statistical methodologist. He says, “I enjoy the engaging atmosphere at Ashford University and like to watch how students' skills improve as they learn to apply theory.” Dr. Jewczyn lives in San Diego, CA, where his many hobbies include kayaking, lap swimming, SCUBA, jogging on the beach, real-time computer strategy war-gaming, and spending time with his grandchildren. He is proud of the fact that most everyone in his family holds graduate or post-graduate degrees.