The Department of Accounting & Finance offers several undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, finance, and real estate. Our well-respected, knowledgeable faculty members are active in their profession and are dedicated to your academic and career success. A network of engaged, active alumni is there to offer career advice and support when you need it.
|Deniz Appelbaum||Chairperson, Accounting and Financeemail@example.com|
|Karen Richards||Department Administrator, Accounting and Finance, Accounting and Finance||School of Business, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dana Michelle Harris||Program Assistant, Accounting and Finance||School of Business, email@example.com|
Today, successful business management depends on an understanding of the links between the world’s economies and its capital and investment networks, as well as knowledge of the theories and practice of corporate finance. Our distinguished faculty is here to train you in the advanced analytical and reasoning skills that support strategic and critical thinking demanded by today’s global marketplace.
|Zaman Zamanian||Chairperson, Economics||School of Businessfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jaime Carlucci||Administrative Assistant, Department of Economics, Economics||School of Businessemail@example.com|
Hospitality and Tourism
Learning from world class faculty and industry professionals, students will develop a comprehensive understanding of the hospitality, sports, events and tourism industries. Through an integrated approach due to the unique commonality in skill sets in all these industries, our program provides the knowledge and skill sets you need to achieve success in this sector which accounts for well over 10% of all employment in the United States.
|Yawei Wang||Associate Professor, Hospitality and Tourism||School of Businessfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Elaine Tirrito||Administrative Assistant, Hospitality and Tourism, Hospitality and Tourism||School of Businessemail@example.com|
Information Management & Business Analytics
Information technology continues to be an important competitive edge in the global marketplace. Informed business decisions made based on accurate, timely, and relevant industry information lead to company success. Increasingly, information technology and their management have received tremendous attention due to its significant role in the management of Big Data and Business Analytics. How we leverage and manage Information Systems technologies have a direct impact on our ability to analyze corporate data for performing Business Analytics and intelligence. Montclair State’s Information & Operations Management Department prepares tomorrow’s managers of Information Technology and Business Analytics with the knowledge and tools they need to compete successfully.
|Ross Malaga||Chairperson, Information Management and Business Analytics||School of Businessfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dawn Ferrara||Program Assistant, Information Management and Business Analytics||School of Businessemail@example.com|
Our management faculty prepare you for careers in leadership and entrepreneurship positions in both small and large organizations across a broad range of industries including manufacturing, technology, retail, health care, hospitality, finance and insurance as well as government and nonprofit organizations. Our faculty members prepare you for careers that will lead to leadership positions in both small and large organizations.
|Wencang Zhou||Chairperson, Management||School of Businessfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Madeleine Morrow||Program Assistant/Administrative Services, Management||School of Businessemail@example.com|
Marketing is a critical function in every organization and all organizations, whether local or global, for-profit or nonprofit, business-to-consumer or business-to-business, need to market their products and services. Beyond selling products, marketing involves selling ideas, social causes, political campaigns and sports and entertainment events. The Feliciano School of Business marketing department concentrations teach students how to blend creativity with rigorous situation and data analysis to develop insightful marketing strategies that deliver value to buyers and sellers.
|Patrali Chatterjee||Chairperson, Feliciano School of Business||School of Businessfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lynda Trainor||Program Assistant, Marketing||School of Businessemail@example.com|