Muhammad Usman

Associate Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise

Greenbank, GR032

Subject Areas: Accounting and Finance


Associate Fellow Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA)

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Muhammad is an Associate lecturer in Accounting and Finance. He holds a master's degree in Accounting and Finance (with Distinction) from University of Central Lancashire and is currently a PhD researcher in Accounting and Finance at Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise.

Muhammad enjoys teaching Accounting and Finance with a special interest in Corporate Finance, International Financial Management and contemporary issues. He teaches various Finance and Accounting modules at undergraduate levels and supervise students’ research projects. He is an Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).


  • PhD in Accounting and Finance, University of Central Lancashire, (expected 2020)
  • Masters Accounting and Finance (Distinction), University of Central Lancashire, 2016
  • BA (Hons) Business Administration, University of Central Lancashire, 2015


E. Ezeani, R. Salem, M. Usman, R. Alqatamin and P. Kostov (2019). Board Characteristics and Capital Structure: Evidence from UK and Germany. British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Conference, Coventry University (09/09/2019).

Teaching Activities

Undergraduate Modules

  • AC3410- Financial Management for Business
  • AC2400- Finance for Managers

Postgraduate Modules

  • AC4996- Postgraduate Dissertation

Research Activities

  • Classification Shifting
  • Corporate Governance
  • Capital Structure
  • Audit Quality
  • Corporate Social Responsibility