Dan Schrag headshot

Assistant Professor
MBA, Cleveland State University

Dan Schrag

Dan Schrag headshotAssistant Professor

MBA, Cleveland State University
B.A., John Carroll University 

Dan Schrag is an assistant professor in the Carmel Boyer School of Business, teaching principles of accounting, intermediate accounting, principles of auditing and introduction to business. 

Schrag worked for a global public accounting firm and for publicly traded companies prior to joining Baldwin Wallace as a full-time professor. From his 15 years of corporate work, he has extensive experience in delivering internal audit services, including risk assessment, project planning, execution, audit committee reporting and direct assistance to the external audit. He has experience in information technology controls reviews, evaluating application controls, and assessing system implementations. In addition, he has led financial due diligence and acquisition integration projects. With a career focused in manufacturing, Schrag has visited over 80 manufacturing and distribution sites in 15 countries.

Schrag also developed and taught an accounting course on information technology and data analytics at John Carroll University as a part-time instructor.

Schrag is a certified public accountant (CPA) in the state of Ohio and a certified internal auditor (CIA). He received a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from John Carroll University with a major in Accounting and a Masters of Business Administration from Cleveland State University.