The School of Accounting at the University of Georgia was established in 1977 and named the J. M. Tull School of Accounting in 1978. The mission of the J. M. Tull School of Accounting is to pursue excellence in accounting education.
As a professional school in a major public research university, we are committed to teaching, research, and service that advances the accounting discipline and prepares future leaders for business and academia.
Points of Pride
One of the top accounting programs in the country, currently ranked 10th.
- Student Quality
Accounting graduates who took the CPA exam for the first time recorded an 83 percent pass rate that ranked No. 4 in the country among large programs.
For the past six years, the Tull School ranks No. 8 among public institutions in research productivity based on publications in the top 11 accounting journals.