Carsten Hennings, D.B.A.

Associate Professor of Management


  • D.B.A., Management, Anderson University
  • M.Div., Wycliffe College
  • M.B.A., Finance and International Business, McGill University
  • M.S., Mathematics, McGill University
  • B.S., Mathematics, McGill University

Courses Taught

  • Leadership - BUS645
  • Strategic Management - BUS695
  • Principles of Management - MGT212

Experience in Field

  • Point Loma Nazarene University, Associate Professor of Management, 2018-Present
  • Tyndale University College, Van Norman Chair of Business, 2012-2018
  • Tyndale University College, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, 2007-2018
  • International Health Partners (UK), Director and Consultant, 2004-2007
  • The King's University College, Assistant Professor of Business, 2001-2004
  • Health Partners International of Canada, Director of International Health Programs, 1997-2001
  • CTI Capital Inc., Institutional Bond Salesman and Bond Market Researcher, 1990-1994

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Christian Business Faculty Association, Member
  • Academy of Management, Member

Dissertations, Presentations, and Publications

  • Hennings, C. (2016, July/August). Between scarcity and abundance: Resource stewardship in a broken world. Faith Today, 21.
  • Kelsall, D., & Hennings, C. (2015). Austerity and fiscal prudence are health issues. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 187(14), 1029-1029. doi:10.1503/cmaj.150950
  • Hennings, C. (2015, October). A Christian Perspective on Social Exchange Theory. Poster session presented at the 2015 Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
  • Hennings, C. (2014, October). Is company giving becoming more strategic? Results of a panel data analysis of US corporate donations to their corporate foundations for the period 2001-2010. Presentation at the 2014 Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Hennings, C. (2013, September). Christian ministries and business practices: Choosing wisely from the management and leadership “buffet”. Presentation at the CCCC Leadership & Stewardship Conference, Mississauga, Ontario.
  • Hennings, C. (2008). Review of the book Ecoholic. Your guide to the most environmentally friendly information, products and services in Canada, by A. Vasil. Canadian Family Physician 54(5): 744–745.
  • Kelsall, D., & Hennings, C. (2007). A call for mandatory aid project registration: Who's doing what and where? Canadian Family Physician, 53(11), 1841-1842.