About Accounting at LVC
Accounting jobs are expected to grow by 10% through 2026—an above average outlook. As an LVC accounting major, you'll be ready for a career in public accounting, government, industry, or finance. In addition to coursework, you'll have opportunities for internships and study abroad, and you'll be able to add courses in business, language, music, or an area of study that interests you. By the time you graduate, you'll be thoroughly prepared for professional certification as a Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant.
You can choose electives to complete a second major in business administration, complete professional internships with one of the numerous public accounting firms or corporations in the area, or study abroad, all so that you will become a skilled thinker, communicator, and business leader. Check out our accelerated Accounting/MBA 3+1 Program—another path to business success.
Why Accounting at LVC?
- You'll meet real-world experts on the faculty and through the annual C.F. Tom Lecture in Economics and Springer Lecture in International Business, as well as from visiting Fulbright Scholars-in-Residence and Woodrow Wilson Fellows.
- Our program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
- You can work with local accountants through the annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, assisting low-income, elderly, and otherwise disadvantaged taxpayers with completing their taxes.
The courses at LVC not only gave me an understanding of accounting principles I needed to start my career, but also valuable software experience as well.