Joseph Bittner

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Finance and Taxation

  • BS, University of Connecticut
  • MBA, University of Connecticut
  • Cert., Connecticut State Board of Accountancy
  • Cert., Connecticut Department of Education
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Joseph Bittner is an accounting professor for the Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies and Division of Programs in Business with NYU’s School of Professional Studies. Joe has 20+ years of experience working in accounting education and is the Chief Learning Officer for Mazars USA.

Previously Joe was the Director of Wolters Kluwer’s Tax & Accounting Learning Division, Director of Learning & Development for EisnerAmper, Manager of Education Programs for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Manager of Academic & Career Development for the American Institute of CPAs. He also served as an accounting instructor for the University of Connecticut.

Joe began his career in public accounting before transitioning into education, where his experience includes secondary, post-secondary, professional adult education and corporate training. 

Joe is a CPA and holds an MBA in Accounting and a BS in Finance from the University of Connecticut. He is the recipient of the NYU SPS Award for Teaching Excellence and Outstanding Service Award.

Dec 01 2011

The Accounting Pilot and Bridge Project

By American Accounting Association (AAA)
Sep 01 2005

Me, Myself, My Money

By Connecticut Society of CPAs (CSCPA)
Jun 01 2004

Analyzing Financial Statements

By National Academy Foundation (NAF)
Sep 01 2001

Takin' Care of Business Education Handbook

By American Institute of CPAs (AICPA)
Apr 01 2000

Using Real-world Case Scenarios in Accounting Classes

By National Business Education Association (NBEA)