Lecturer, Department of Religious Studies
Mitchell Kauffman holds an MBA from the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, and a MSFP. He is a Certified Financial Planner and entrepreneur. He teaches courses in business ethics and managerial economics, including Wall Street Ethics, Have Ethics Gone Awry, and Ethical Investing to Impact Social Change. Mitch joined the Capps Center in 2016.
"I enjoy helping students explore how the theories they’ve learned can be applied to real world settings. To accomplish this, I bring my 35+ years as a Certified Financial Planner and entrepreneur business owner to bear on offering a practical focus to classroom lessons. My courses utilize historic case studies and current events to help students understand ethics through a 'lessons learned' focus. Realizing we may learn best through different mediums (visual, auditory and reading) I encourage student presentations in addition to weekly readings and class discussions."