Gerald Smalls
Associate Professor of Law and Accounting, University of South Carolina Upstate


Dissertation: Reframing the Metropolitan Growth Proposition: Predicting Metropolitan Growth and Prosperity through an Economic Inclusion Simulation

Gerald Hubbard Smalls is the Dean and Professor of Accounting for the Tyrone Adam Burroughs School of Business and Economics. Atty. Smalls has over 20 years of extensive corporate and higher education experience with emphasis in the areas of business law, accounting, and taxation.

He received his BS in engineering from South Carolina State University, his DBA from the Fox School of Business, and his MBA in Finance from Atlanta University. While serving his country in various military conflicts, he was appointed to the position of Assistant Deputy Chief Finance Officer for the United States Army Military Intelligence Command. Atty. Smalls went on to receive his Juris Doctorate in Law from Howard University Law School and subsequently worked as an associate with the law firm of Nelson Mullins. He received his LL.M. in taxation and partnership accounting from Georgetown University and completed additional post-doctoral studies in higher education at Harvard University.