Patrick A. Hennessee
Dr. Hennessee has taught at The University of Tulsa since 1977. As chair of the Department of Accounting from 1984 to 1987, he was instrumental in creating the Master of Taxation program.
He has been teaching online courses for four years, including courses offered through the nationally recognized iMBA Internet-mediated MBA program. Some of the courses he teaches are tax research, tax accounting methods and systems, taxation of corporations and partnerships, taxation of property and security transactions, oil and gas taxation, and other areas. Much of his research and consulting interests are in the area of oil and gas taxation.
Dr. Hennessee has taught numerous continuing education seminars in oil and gas taxation and partnership taxation over a period of 20 years. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Oklahoma Society of CPAs and serves as trustee of the OSCPA Educational Foundation.
His publications include papers in the Journal of Taxation; Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly; Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly; Journal of Applied Business Research and Tax Ideas. He is currently Editor of CCH's Oil & Gas Federal Income Taxation.
He was recognized as Outstanding Accounting Educator of Oklahoma for the years 1999 and 2000.
Education and Degrees Earned
- Ph.D., University of North Texas
- M.B.A., Western State College of Colorado
- B.S., University of Oklahoma
- Licensed certified public accountant, Colorado
Areas of Academic Specialty
- Federal taxation
- Petroleum industry
- Accounting education
- Oklahoma Society of CPA's, Trustee
- American Accounting Association
- American Tax Association
- American Institute of CPA's