Accountancy & Information Systems

The Accountancy & Information Systems Department at VSB is nationally recognized for its rigorous accounting programs, which top recruiters routinely claim to produce some of the most highly desirable job candidates available. Over the past five years, nearly 100 percent of graduating seniors in the accounting program had secured jobs before their graduation date.

Thought Leadership

VSB faculty members publish in journals including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Contemporary Accounting Research, Accounting Organizations and Societies Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Accounting Horizons, Journal of The American Taxation Association, and Behavioral Research in Accounting.

Curricular Innovation

Accountancy & Information Systems faculty—through their research and teaching—are committed to keeping VSB curricula agile, innovative, and relevant. Instead of following a traditional textbook approach, VSB's accounting programs are designed to prepare students for careers with accounting firms, consulting firms, corporations (public and private), financial firms, governmental organizations, and other professional groups. The innovative courses offered in Accountancy & Information Systems at VSB help to provide a solid foundation for almost any business career and experience that is highly valued in the marketplace.

World-Class Degree Programs

Accountancy & Information Systems at VSB supports several degree programs. Undergraduate students may pursue a BBA degree with a major or minor in accounting, or a major or minor in management information systems. At the graduate level, the department supports the Master of Accountancy (MAC) program. A specialization in management information systems is also offered to students enrolled in the Villanova MBA program.

For More Information

Michael F. Peters
Chair, Accountancy and Information Systems
(610) 519-4048

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Faculty Spotlight


Professor of Accounting & Information Systems, Dr. Lucy Chen examines the current issues between IFRS vs U.S. GAAP. Click here to read more.