Mark E. Hughes
Mark Hughes is the Director of Accounting Programs and a lecturer at the University at Albany. He teaches undergraduate and graduate-level accounting, audit, and strategic management classes. His diverse background includes experience as a tax accountant, general manager of a local not-for-profit arts organization, public speaking instructor, volunteer minister, church music director, piano teacher, arranger-composer, and owner of a local personal service business.
Entrepreneurship, use of natural language processing (NLP) in accounting and auditing, micro-business management, social implications of accounting, tax, and audit regulations, and accounting and management pedagogy.
BACC 419/519 – Data Analytics for Audit & Controls (Undergraduate/Graduate)
BACC 311/512 – Intermediate Accounting I (Undergraduate)
BACC 312/513 – Intermediate Accounting II (Undergraduate)
BACC 411 – Advanced Accounting (Undergraduate)
BACC 518 – Accounting for Managers (Graduate)
BACC 461/561 - Auditing Theory & Practice (Undergraduate/Graduate)
BACC 552 – Financial Statement Fraud & Corporate Governance (Graduate)
BACC 620 – Accounting for Governmental and Not-For-Profit Entities (Graduate)
BACC 381 - Accounting Information Systems (Undergraduate)
BACC 581 – Internal Controls & Financial Information Systems (Graduate)
BMGT 450 – Managerial Leadership and Decision-making (Undergraduate)
BMGT 481W – Strategic Management (Undergraduate)
UFSP 102 – Freshman Seminar (World of Accounting)