School of Accountancy rises in rankings
The School of Accountancy in the Trulaske College of Business has climbed in national rankings, according to the latest 2016 Public Accounting Report. In its Annual Professors Survey, the School is now ranked ranked No. 14 for the undergraduate program and No. 15 for the Master’s program – both rankings are up from last year. Scaled for faculty size, the undergraduate program is ranked No. 4 and the Master’s program is ranked No. 5 nationally. In addition, our PhD program is ranked No. 20.
The School of Accountancy offers a 150-hour program which awards both a master’s and bachelor’s degree upon graduation. The combination of rigorous degrees positions students for successful job placement in a competitive market with more than 95 percent employed at graduation.
The School of Accountancy has been ranked repeatedly as a leading program in the country for research productivity and CPA exam pass rates, attesting to the program’s breadth of excellence. The School’s other key metrics – student internship and job placement rates; CPA exam results and AICPA medals for exam performance; and the faculty’s outstanding research productivity, teaching excellence, and national-level service – highlight the program’s ongoing quality and excellence.