Faculty Bio: Susan B. Snyder, M.S.

Susan B. Snyder, M.S.

Assistant Professor


  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Income Tax
  • Cost Accounting

Teaching Philosophy

My mission as an educator is threefold: to promote active learning, to spark enthusiasm for learning and to provide a strong foundation of skills that students can apply in the workplace. I view teaching as not only contributing to students’ intellectual growth, but also to their personal and professional growth. My goal is to help them increase their opportunities in life through education.

My focus is on active student learning with a goal to engage all students. I want students to leave my course feeling confident that they are able to apply the accounting concepts they've learned to real situations in the workplace. I achieve this by leading interactive discussions using a combination of visual illustrations, videos, discussion boards, and collaboration tools to engage students in the learning process.

As a professor, I follow four basic principles: Being enthusiastic for each class and letting it show, learning about each student in the course, organizing each class well and using a presentation style that maximizes student interest.

I truly believe education is a lifelong process. As an educator, I want to instill a passion in my students for education and emphasize to them of the many opportunities created through education.


Susan Snyder is an assistant professor of Accounting in the School of Professional Studies. Professor Snyder has 19 years of experience teaching various accounting courses to college students in pursuit of business administration and accounting degrees. In addition, she has 10 years of industry experience holding such positions as financial analyst, tax accountant and senior accountant.

As part of her graduate coursework at Strayer University, Snyder conducted a research project under the direction of Dr. William Makkawi and authored a paper titled “The Integrated Approach to Teaching Ethics: Does It Support the AICPA's Code of Professional Conduct?”

She began teaching at Central Penn College as an adjunct in 2009 and became a full-time faculty member in 2015.


  • Master of Science in Accounting, Strayer University, Herndon, Va.
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Accounting, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, Pa.


  • Mastering Payroll – American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB), Rockville, Md.
  • Mastering Correction of Accounting Errors – AIPB, Rockville, Md.
  • Mastering Adjusting Entries – AIPB, Rockville, Md.
  • Mastering Internal Controls and Fraud Prevention – AIPB, Rockville, Md.

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