The Accounting program prepares students for careers in public accounting, private industry, government, and related executive and managerial opportunities.

Course offerings include financial, managerial, government and nonprofit accounting; taxation of individuals and business entities; auditing and assurance services; and related courses. Students receive the foundation to pursue advanced studies in accounting, business administration, law, and various other disciplines, while developing technical competencies, critical thinking, analytical abilities, written and oral communication skills.

The accounting major and minor are associated with the Department of Economics and Business. A major requires at least 13 courses and a minor requires at least six courses, including math, business and related areas of study. Independent study and internship opportunities are available. Additional course information is available in the W&J College Catalog.


Stephen Kuhn
Stephen D. Kuhn, C.P.A.
Professor of Economics and Business
Lori Galley
Lori J. Galley, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Economics and Business

K. Wayne Robison, C.P.A.
Professor of Economics and Business