Bruce Campbell currently serves as both the MBA Program Chair and the Financial Management Program Chair at Franklin University. Bruce began his career as an International Banking Officer for Pittsburgh National Bank (now PNC Financial) in Pittsburgh. He later served as a Vice President at PNC’s office in Cleveland after working as a manager at the bank’s former Hong Kong affiliate, where he was responsible for corporate business development throughout Asia.
Prior to joining the Franklin faculty, Bruce served as Academic Dean at the International Christian University-Kyiv, an affiliate of National Economics University in Kyiv, Ukraine. More recently, he led MBA Programs at both Myers University and the University of Phoenix’s campus in Cleveland.
Bruce earned his Ph.D. in Finance, with a minor in International Economics, from Kent State University, his Master of Business Administration in Finance and International Business from the University of Washington, his Master of Arts in Economics from Cleveland State University, his Master of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Indiana University, and his Bachelor of Arts in Russian from the University of Oregon. He also holds professional certification as a Certified Treasury Professional.