Professor Sherman teaches two graduate level courses.

In Multinational Finance and Trade class, his real world approach emphasizes that in today’s economy, all business is global. Using case studies and hands-on examples, he shows how a seamless economic web of seemingly far-removed events and even sometimes boring statistics actually directly affect us, often in ways we don’t even realize.

This class consistently receives some of the highest student ratings, placing it in the top 10% of all business courses offered.

Financial Concepts is a core curriculum class for all business and finance graduate students. Taking a practical approach to teaching the courses’ dual subjects, Accounting and Corporate Finance, Professor Sherman often draws on his own experiences, along with case studies with traditional textbook readings, to illustrate that accounting is more than debits and credits and corporate finance isn’t just a bunch of formulas.