I started my education late in life and am what was called a nontraditional student. This means that I juggled class work, job obligations, and home and family responsibilities for many years. So I know what you, as a student, are facing. I also know that with dedication it can be done.
I earned my Associate's Degree in Accounting at MCCC, my Bachelor's Degree in Accounting at Trenton State College (The College of New Jersey), my M.B.A. in Finance at Rider University, an M.A. in Business Education at Rider University and a Certificate in Distance Learning from Thomas Edison State College.
While working as a staff accountant, I began teaching on a part-time basis. It only took one course for me to get hooked!! At the first opportunity that came along, I applied for and was hired by MCCC. I had come back to where I had started.
Accounting is an extremely interesting and exciting subject. I loved studying it and working with it. But I especially love teaching it.