Department of Accounting & Information Systems
Accounting is often called “the language of business.” It is the primary information system used in the management of private corporations, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The study of information systems explores the infrastructure of business, harnessing technology to meet objectives and solve problems. Both programs at Susquehanna well prepare students for the demands of the 21st century global marketplace.
At Susquehanna, coursework is complemented by learning opportunities outside the classroom. Ample opportunities exist for students to take advantage of the Internship Program and the London Program. Participation in student-run organizations and annual trips to corporations and conferences complement also assist students in making the most of their educations.
Students benefit from real-world experiences and networking contacts gained with the Sigmund Weis School of Business Internship Program. It's not uncommon for majors to accept job offers before the start of their last semester. More »
Students in Susquehanna's Global Business Perspectives sections were recently put into groups and given a simple task—to create packaging that would protect the egg when being dropped from the second-story balcony of Apfelbaum Hall. »
Susquehanna University accounting graduates Emily Murawa and Cameron Dougherty, both members of the Class of 2014, have already passed all four sections of the certified public accountant (CPA) exam on their first attempt. »