The Public Accounting Report’s 2008 Annual Survey of Accounting Professors ranked the College of William and Mary’s Mason School of Business undergraduate program 17th among all accounting programs, four spots higher than last year. The Master of Accounting program tied for 27th.
“We are delighted with this strong showing by our accounting programs,” Mason School of Business Dean Larry Pulley said in a press release. “That we are so highly regarded by professors at other schools is gratifying, especially given our size. Most of the schools ranked ahead of us have much larger programs.”