Accounting provides the critical information that guides decision-making at all levels of business. Designed to provide basic conceptual accounting and business knowledge for careers in accounting and taxation, LeBow’s accounting coursework integrates accounting, auditing, tax preparation and related topics.
Accounting graduates may find career opportunities in public, private and government accounting. Professional accountants are normally certified as public accountants (CPA) or managerial accountants (CMA) after passing professional examinations. LeBow’s accounting concentration meets the education requirements needed in most states to sit for these exams.
Department Faculty and Research
The department’s research focuses on an array of financial reporting, governance, auditing, management accounting and tax issues relevant to academics and professionals. Faculty deploy a variety of research methods from archival to experimental, and they collaborate with colleagues within the College and across the globe.
Rinier, James W., and Curatola, Anthony, Taxation of a Cannabis Business. Strategic Finance (Aug 2022): 17-18.
Chang, Hsihui, Dai, Xin, Lohwasser, Eric, and Qiu, Yue, Organized Labor Effects on SG&A Cost Behavior. Contemporary Accounting Research 39 (Spring 2022): 402-427.
Chang, Hsihui, Liu, Sheng, and Mashruwala, R., Customer Bargaining Power, Strategic Fit, and Supplier Performance. Production and Operations Management 31 (Apr 2022): 1492-1509.
Student organizations at LeBow promote scholastic and professional excellence, allowing students to grow in their professional careers and increase their business networks. They also sponsor various professional activities throughout the year, such as the Careers in Accounting forum and résumé workshops, as well as various community service activities and social events.