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The accounting department offers degree, certificate and letter of recognition programs for recent high school graduates, those returning to the workforce and those seeking to upgrade their skills. The professional programs are for those already in the accounting field or who wish to enter it immediately after completing the program.  The transfer program is for those planning to transfer to a four year institution. The CPA program is for those who have already earned a Bachelor's degree and wish to sit for the CPA examination.  Course may be taken on campus, at our extension centers or online. Co-op education is also available. For additional information about any of these programs contact Betty Habershon (301-322-0713)

The department sponsors the Accounting Center the Student Accounting Association (SAA) and a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Site (VITA).

Additional Information on the accounting profession and free student memberships are available from the AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants), MACPA (Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants) and the IMA (Institute of Management Accountants)

The Student Accounting Association is organized to provided student with an opportunity to meet with and learn from professional accountants, to share what they have learned with the community. The association hold an organizational meeting in the first week of fall the semester to plan and organize the activities for that semester. Flyers are distributed to all accounting classes. Interested students should contact the advisor: Mary Halford ( 301-583-1588)
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance This program provides free income tax preparation training to students, who then in turn assist individuals with income less the 32,000 in preparing their federal and state income tax. Students may earn Coop academic credit for participating. The program begins recruiting in November and training starts in January. Interested students should contract Betty Habershon ( 301-322-0713)

Full-Time Faculty

Mary Falkey


Bladen 210 B

Betty Habershon, Chair


Bladen 210 C

Mary Halford          


Bladen 210 A

John Murphy


Bladen 210 D

Adjunct Faculty

Godson  Chinweze

Charles  Hay

Deloris O. Hoggard

Kenneth Holland 

Benjamin Katz

Theodore Kilby

Hamed Megahed

John A. Murphy

Janet Northam 

Phillip Ringeisen

Robert Schadt

Douglas Shook

James Wagner

Delano Watkins


Messages for adjunct faculty may be left with the Gaston McNeil (departmental administrative assistant)(301-322-0126).



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