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Villanova University, School of Business Accounting Program Profile

Written by AnonymousNovember 11, 2011
Villanova University

Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania
School of Business
Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting

Villanova University's accounting program is offered through the schools’ College of Business and is ranked the #7 undergraduate business school in the nation by Bloomberg Business Week.  Villanova University is the only university in the world founded by the Roman Catholic Order of Saint Augustine and supports the Augustinian values of leading through service, caring, community and the merits of truth. The Villanova University School of Business recently underwent a $26 million dollar renovation and now has a high-tech Applied Finance Lab where students use the same technology as Wall Street traders in their simulated trading room. Coursework integrates social responsibility, business skills, and ethics. The student-to-faculty ratio at Villanova School of Business is 15:1, and the average class size is 28. The Clay Center at Villanova School of Business coordinates academic advising programs, peer-advising programs, peer tutoring and supports internship and Co-Op programs.

What's the School's contact Information?
Villanova School of Business
3017 Bartley Hall
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085
Phone: (610) 519-4048

Type of School? Private

How much is tuition?
Annual tuition: $39,350
Room and board: $10,620
Required fees: $730
Books and supplies: $950

What's the typical student profile?
Villanova University has a total of 7,146 undergraduate students. Of the student population, 49 percent are male and 51 percent are female. Out of state students comprise 76 percent of all students.

What type of test scores do I need?
Range for SAT Critical Reading: 590-680
Range for SAT Math: 620-720
Range for ACT Composite: 28-31
Average High School GPA: 3.82

Regular application deadline: January 7

Career and Placement
The Villanova Career Center in Garey Hall has counselors available to discuss career options, and to administer career interest tests for undergraduate students. Business professionals, including over 500 Villanova alumni, provide advice and referrals through the NovaNet Mentor Program. The Career Center in Garey Hall works with local employers to collect resumes and arrange job interview opportunities. Career Conferences and Career Fairs are presented annually on campus at Villanova University. The Career Center at Garey Hall Library contains a renovated Career Café where career and industry publications as well as desktop computers are available to research career choices.  

Villanova University's On Campus Recruiting Program makes it easy for juniors and seniors to submit resumes to participating employers. The employers who participate in the program post their projection for new hires at the beginning of the academic year and students may submit applications, resumes and cover letters and apply for open positions. 

All data is as of 2012.