Prof. Wayne Solomon

Assistant Professor of Business

Phone: 9056482139 Ext:4262


Office: 219I

Department: Business


MBA (2015), University of New Brunswick
Thesis: A Study of Supply Chain Management in the Canadian Construction Industry 

BBA (1997), Thompson Rivers University (formerly BC Open University)

Postgraduate Diploma, International Construction Management (2013), University of Bath

Diploma, Operations Research, Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS)

CITP (Certified Information Technology Professional), AICPA

CFF (Certified in Financial Forensics), AICPA

CPA (Chartered Professional Accountant), (2014) CPA Canada

CMA (Certified Management Accountants) (2000), SMABC

CGMA (Chartered Global Management Accountant) (2013), CGMA UK

ACMA (Associate Chartered Management Accountant) (2004), CIMA UK

BSP (Balanced Scorecard Professional), (2013), Balanced Scorecard Institute

University Teaching Diploma (2012), University of New Brunswick

Corporate Controllership Program (2009), Chartered Accountants of British Columbia


  • Introduction to Business (BUS-121)
  • Introduction to Managerial Accounting (BUS-204)
  • Management Information Systems (BUS-225)
  • Accounting for Managers (BUS-312)
  • Introductory Assurance Services (BUS-315)
  • Operations Management (BUS-345)
  • Data Analytics (BUS-425)


Wayne Solomon is an assistant professor of Business in the Business Department specializing in Accounting.

Before his appointment at Redeemer, he was a sessional business instructor at the University College of the North where he taught finance and public policy, and at the University of New Brunswick where he taught finance.

Professor Solomon has worked in both the private and public sector, working in a variety of industries including construction, not-for-profit, municipal government, and with First Nation and Inuit organizations. As a consultant and as a Chief Financial Officer, he has provided expertise on a variety of topics including information technology, accounting, efficiency, governance and reporting. He has served on several boards, especially for government economic development corporations. He seeks to connect academic work with practical challenges.

Research Interests

Selected Academic Presentations

Solomon, W. (2014, November). Canada’s two death investigator systems in review. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology, Fredericton, NB.

Solomon, W. (2014, June). Technology for learning – Mixing generations and learning styles. Paper presented at the Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase, Fredericton, NB.

Solomon, W. et al. Environmental Law Society, University of New Brunswick Law School (2012, April). Should New Brunswick frack off? A legal study of shale gas exploration. Paper presented at the Canadian Bar Association Law Day, Fredericton, NB.