Carson College of Business Faculty Directory

Carson College Directory

Ronald Moser

Associate Professor (Career Track)
Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship


Phone: (509) 335-8842


  • (University of Texas at Dallas)
  • Other (U. of Phoenix )
  • MA (University of Phoenix)
  • BS (Weber State University )

Ronald Moser

Ron Moser is an assistant scholarly professor in the Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship, where he teaches Management, Leadership and HR courses where he received the ASWSU Exceptional Professor Award. He guides the HR/Management Board of Advisors for the Carson College of Business and the student SHRM Club. Ron previously served as the Campus College Chair for the MBA and Healthcare Administration programs for University of Phoenix-Idaho Campus and as an adjunct faculty member for the University of Idaho. His private consulting practice is active in healthcare, higher education foundations, manufacturing, telecommunications, fire and rescue and software development crowdsourcing. He is an Executive Coach with the International Coaching Federation and holds several industry Master Trainer and process improvement certifications. Ron has held several Senior Management roles while serving at Micron Technology, T-Mobile-USA, University of Phoenix, Office Max, FMC and SEL in addition to working in co-ownership roles with several entrepreneurial start-up organizations. He served on the Mayors Economic Core Development Team for the City of Meridian, Idaho. Ron received the Faculty of the Year Award from University of Phoenix-Idaho Campus, and was recognized as a top New Faculty Mentor. In back to back years he received the T-Mobile, USA Cross-functional Champion Award for his national leadership development projects.

Teaching Interests

capstone courses
client facing project courses
current issues/trends in special topics courses
foundations of business strategy-organizational behavior
general management
human resource management
human resource planning
introduction to management
leadership skills
management of innovation
operations management
organizational behavior
organizational change & design
professional development
strategic management