The accounting program at the College’s Mason School of Business is one of the top 25 in the nation in the Public Accounting Report’s Annual Professor’s Survey, published Oct. 30.
p. The undergraduate and graduate accounting programs ranked 23rd and 24th, respectively, in what the PAR has called the most competitive year in its quarter-century history. Both accounting programs were unranked in the previous PAR survey.
p. The survey, which is published every fall, asks professors, department heads and department chairs in schools nationwide to name the undergraduate and graduate programs offering degrees in accounting that they feel most consistently turn out students capable of someday attaining partner status.
p. “To be considered in the top 25 of both rankings is a true measure of the quality of our program, our faculty and our students,” business school Dean Lawrence B. Pulley ’74 said in a business school press release.