Accounting

Learn about the accounting academic area at Darden, its faculty and its work.

Accounting influences management performance, helps managers assess strategic opportunities and fulfills management's stewardship responsibility.

The accounting curriculum is positioned at the heart of the management function and seeks balance among technical accounting rules and using accounting to highlight competitive needs and opportunities; a corporation's internal and external constituencies; evaluating the past, informing the present, and influencing the future; service and manufacturing settings; and domestic and global contexts.

The accounting curriculum is integrated with marketing, operations, strategy, finance, communications and organizational behavior courses. The accounting faculty pursues a diverse array of academic, corporate and research interests that enrich and enliven course content and classroom conversations.

Faculty

Brandt R. Allen

James C. Wheat Jr. Professor Emeritus of Business Administration

E. Richard Brownlee II

E. Richard Brownlee II

Dale S. Coenen Professor Emeritus of Business Administration

Shane Dikolli

Shane Dikolli

Bank of America Associate Professor in Business Administration

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Mary Margaret Frank

Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development; Samuel A. Lewis Sr. Faculty Fellow;
John Tyler Professor of Business Administration;
Institute for Business in Society Academic Director

Mark E. Haskins

Mark E. Haskins

Landmark Communications Professor of Business Administration

Justin J. Hopkins

Justin J. Hopkins

J. Harvie Wilkinson Jr. Associate Professor of Business Administration

Luann J. Lynch

Luann J. Lynch

Almand R. Coleman Professor of Business Administration

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James Naughton

Associate Professor of Business Administration

Robert J. Sack

Professor Emeritus

Paul Simko

Paul J. Simko

Frank M. Sands Sr. Associate Professor of Business Administration

C. Ray Smith

Professor Emeritus