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George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

Learn from the Best and Brightest

Our faculty live, work, and consult in the Washington, D.C., area and draw on their real-world experience to enrich classroom instruction—partnering with business leaders and bringing relevant research and new insights into the classroom. In addition to their teaching duties, they serve as your mentors and are involved in every aspect of your educational program.

School of Business faculty members bring both theoretical and applied expertise to the classroom and advocate real-world learning. They incorporate daily opportunities to connect business theory with reality. Role-playing, simulations, projects, and guest speakers are used to illuminate learning from textbooks, lectures, and discussions.

Mason accounting faculty teach both the full-time, on-campus program and the part-time, online MS in Accounting program. Accounting faculty include

jk aier

 

JK Aier

Nine years of experience in public accounting and banking with expertise in insider trading, cash flow analysis, earnings quality, and corporate governance

 

long chen bio

 

Long Chen

Expert in accounting conservatism, corporate governance, IFRS and international studies, auditing, and compensation and debt contracting

 

syed hasan

 

Syed Hasan

Virginia licensed Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, and an Enrolled Agent. His interests are financial accounting, cost accounting, taxation, and auditing

Mark Ingram

 

Mark Ingram

Member of the American Institute of CPA's and the Virginia Society of CPA's

 

Karen Kitching

 

Karen Kitching

Expert in nonprofit governance, performance measurement, financial accounting, and audit markets

 

richard larsen

 

Richard Larsen

Specializes in tax policy, financial reporting for taxes, executive leadership and management, and corporate tax department operations and risk management

 

kumar visvanathan

 

Kumar Visvanathan

Specializes in information content of accounting information, accounting for deferred taxes, and disclosure of not-for-profit organizations and financial statement analysis

 Not pictured: Robert Broshears, Gary Dittmer, and Jesse Martin.