Patrick A. Casabona, Ph.D., C.P.A.

Professor, Accounting and Taxation

Professor Patrick A. Casabona is a fully tenured professor in the Department of Accounting & Taxation of the Tobin College of Business, where he teaches financial accounting and financial statement analysis courses. He is the former associate dean and director of all graduate business programs at Saint John's. He also serves as treasurer for the Patrick Casabona Jr., Memorial Scholarship Foundation and as an economic and financial consultant for certain prominent New York Law firms. Casabona has presented over 100 accounting, finance, and economic papers at academic and professional forums; has published over 60 peer-reviewed proceedings, 35 abstracts, about fifty monographs; six chapters in books; over 35 journal articles published on the FASB website; and a co-authored an accounting book, Investment Pricing Methods, which was sponsored by the FASB. Casabona has also served as Special Accounting Issue editor for the Review of Business many times. Casabona previously worked as a senior manager and consultant in the Professional Development and Auditing group at Deloitte and Touche LLP, for 30 years, where he developed over 75 complex accounting and finance learning modules; as a financial economist for General Motors Corporation in the treasurer's office; as a systems and management procedures analyst for the Board of Education, Bureau of Supportive Services; and served as a member of the Board of Economic Advisors of the New York State Assembly Ways and Means Committee for the State of New York. Casabona has received a number of academic and business awards and honors.

Ph.D., Finance & Quantitative Methods, Graduate Division CUNY
Advanced Professional Graduate Certificate, Accounting, St. John’s University
M.B.A., Finance, Baruch College CUNY
M.B.A., Economics, Baruch College CUNY
B.A., Economics, Iona College

Teaching Interests
Financial accounting, financial statement analysis, intermediate accounting, finance

Research Interests
Financial accounting, financial statement analysis, intermediate accounting, finance