Department of Accounting

Accounting

The Department of Accounting at Howard University School of Business has graduated Certified Public Accountants. These graduates have successful careers in public accounting corporate accounting, government and nonprofit accounting, as well as in universities all over the world. The vision of the department is to prepare accounting graduates to assume leadership and management roles.  The Department of Accounting offers an Accounting Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a Master of Accountancy degree.

Contact Us

 

Visit the Department of Accounting in the School of Business Suite 340 or email HUSB-Accounting@Howard.edu.

Acting Chairperson
Dr. Wilbon

Dean Anthony Wilbon

 
Department Coordinator
Lancaster

Ms. Kimbalita Lancaster

 

 

Faculty Research Areas

  • Accounting
  • Accounting Education
  • Assurance Services
  • Taxation
  • Business Law

As an accountant, you can...

  • Be a successful entrepreneur 
  • Travel the world and see businesses up close
  • Learn something new every day 
  • Have a corner office in the C-Suite 
  • Build a stable financial future 
  • Help organizations understand and address their environmental impact 
  • Have a technology driven career
  • Specialize in puzzles and people gathering information to solve complex problems 
  • Be in demand as someone who understands the language of business

The Department of Accounting

R. Mithu Dey, CPA, MBA, PhD

Associate Professor

Accounting

Rafique O. Anderson

Adjunct Professor

Accounting

Anthony Jerome Anderson, PHD

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Associate Professor

Accounting

Andria Hill, PhD, CPA

Assistant Professor

Accounting

James Hodge

Adjunct Professor

Accounting

Lucy Lim

Associate Professor

Accounting

Samuel Paschall

Associate Professor

Accounting

Jean Wells

Associate Professor

Accounting

Center for Accounting Education

CAE is a nationwide organization based at Howard University that addresses unique challenges young African Americans face when entering the accounting profession by offering programs and resources that prepare them to succeed. CAE addresses the corporate diversity challenge by attracting more African Americans to the profession and improving their retention and upward mobility through outreach, leadership skills training, thought leadership papers, scholarships to accounting students and support of faculty development. Well-designed programs serve accounting professionals at all levels: students considering an accounting career, accountants starting their career and those preparing for the CPA exam, middle managers and potential senior leaders.

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