Hussein Issa

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Assistant Professor
Office Location: 
100 Rock: Room 4145
Office Phone: 
848-445-9210
Academic Info
Education: 

Ph.D., Rutgers University; Accounting Information Systems

Expertise: 

Exception Identification and Prioritization; Government Accounting; Artificial Intelligence; Continuous Auditing and Continuous Control Monitoring; Data Analytics

Teaches: 

Advanced Design and Development of Information System (Masters in Accountancy in Governmental Accounting), Design and Development of Information System (Masters in Accountancy in Governmental Accounting), Information Technology in the Digital Era (Professional Accounting MBA), Introduction to Financial Accounting (Undergraduate). He also co-teaches a PhD level course discussing current topics in AIS Research.

Hussein Issa received his PhD in Accounting Information Systems from Rutgers University. His research interests include the identification and prioritization of exceptions (which was the topic of his dissertation "Exceptional Exceptions"), expert systems, data analytics, XBRL, governmental reporting, and continuous auditing and continuous control monitoring. He is currently involved in several research projects in the area of exception identification and prioritization. He is also involved in research related to the Digital Transparency and Accountability Act (DATA Act) of 2014. Hussein also serves on the dissertation committee of several PhD students.