Accounting

Study “the language of business” at W&J College, and prepare for a variety of positions in the public and private sectors. The Accounting program will help you develop technical competency in accounting, while stressing critical thinking, analysis, and communication skills.

Develop fundamental knowledge in economics, accounting, finance, marketing, and management—disciplines essential to a career in management. You’ll develop important business skills while engaging with opportunities for research, internships, and networking that will help secure your future.

Learn music as an integral part of the liberal arts education at W&J College. Participate in performance ensembles including choral, jazz, wind and chamber, and improve your technique in private lessons with exceptional performers drawn from across the region.

Hone your creative thinking skills and work on your visual expression through a series of studio courses starting with foundations of drawing and design. Work toward exhibiting in the senior art show at the Olin Fine Art Gallery to complete the program.

Gain appreciation for and develop skills in the writing, staging, performance, and analysis of theatrical productions through this emphasis. Learn to participate knowledgably in multiple aspects of the creation of works performed before a live audience.

Learn to communicate and interact in Spanish-speaking cultures and communities around the world with the skills and knowledge imparts by this program. Customize your studies of language, grammar, literature, and film to suit your cultural and career interests.

Prepare to investigate and navigate the social world with studies in sociology at W&J College. Tackle academic experiences within and outside the classroom while preparing for graduate studies or careers in a variety of fields.

Discover the role of religion in human life and society, and the wide range of disciplinary perspectives, including history, psychology, philosophy, and gender studies in this minor. Hone your critical thinking and communication skills while learning about diverse religious traditions and a context for self-reflection.

Learn analytical skills and substantive knowledge for understanding and analyzing complex policy issues in today’s world. Acquire a broad knowledge base on the economy, government, and public policy, and emphasize a particular policy area with a required internship.

Employ scientific methods in laboratory and field settings to learn about behavior and the variables that affect it. Prepare for graduate programs, medical and professional schools, and careers in psychology with a variety of experiences designed to apply psychological content and skills to your career goals.