Accounting Information Systems (AIS)
Bachelor of Science (BS)
The bachelor of science degree in accounting information systems (AIS) prepares graduates for work in both the private and public sectors. With the growth in use and complexity of corporate information systems, the need for graduates with an accounting and information technology skill set is strong and growing.
As an AIS graduate, you'll understand the health and structure of an organization from the inside-out, including the information and accounting systems and the knowledge to translate that information into actionable data for key strategic business decisions.
Global Commerce in a High-Tech World
Designed specifically to offer a hands-on education in the application of computer technology to accounting and business environments, D'Youville's four-year program leading to a bachelor's degree prepares you for a career in virtually all financial and managerial environments. Unlike conventional accounting or computer science programs, AIS blends the two disciplines to meet the needs of global commerce in a high-tech world.
A Broad Curriculum
You'll take a broad spectrum of accounting and information technology courses, grounded by a core of business and management classes. You'll study current information system applications and cutting-edge technologies. You'll become proficient in databases, networking, computing theories, system development and management processes as well as their considerations in the field of accounting information systems. As with all majors at D'Youville, you'll also take core curriculum classes to ensure a general base of knowledge.
A Small School Gets Big Results
D'Youville's small class sizes mean you'll get individualized attention and guidance from the faculty, and class discussions are meaningful and lively. You'll benefit from the caring environment that a school our size can provide, and you'll leave D'Youville with a wonderful education prepared for a successful career.
"I've gained real life experience in the accounting and business world through my internships and student groups."
Read his story
"I felt that having a study abroad experience would be the best way to separate myself from the pack."
Read his story
Accountants are a highly valued part of a business team.
Learn about leadership opportunities on campus.