Jeffrey Archambault


Dr. Jeffrey Archambault received his PhD from Michigan State University in 1992. He has been the Associate Dean for Academic Programs at Marshall University Lewis College of Business since 2017. Before this, he was the Department Chair for the Department of Accounting and Legal Environment for seven years. He currently teaches Ethics in Accounting and has taught several other accounting courses while working at Marshall University including auditing, systems, and financial accounting courses. His research interests are accounting history and international accounting. Dr. Archambault is currently a member of Mountwest Community & Technical College Accounting Advisory Committee and was the Chair for the Annual Awards Committee in 2018.

Ph D, Michigan State University, 1992
MS, Central Michigan University, 1986
BSBA, Central Michigan University, 1983
Beta Alpha Psi
Phi Kappa Phi
Sigma Iota Epsilon
Archambault, M. E., Price, J., & Archambault, J. J. (2017). Changes in general education and their benefit to business education. International Journal of Business. International Journal of Business, Humanities, and Technology, 7, 1-14.
Archambault, M. E., & Archambault, J. J. (2017). Senior level accounting course performance and the timing of completing Intermediate Accounting II. International Journal of Accounting and Taxation, 4, 12-24.
Committee Chair, West Virginia Council of Accounting Educators, August 2014 to Present
Committee Member, MountWest Community & Technical College Accounting Advisory Committee, November 2013 to Present
Member, School Backpacks, First United Methodist Church, January 2017 to Present
Merit Badge Counselor, Boy Scouts of America, September 2008 to Present
Committee Member, United Way Community Investment Council, October 2012 to June 2016