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The J.M. Tull School of Accounting continues to place highly in the latest rankings published by the Public Accounting Report.

Consistently ranked in the top 10 undergraduate and masters programs among public research universities, the Tull School's undergraduate program ranked No. 9 and the master’s level ranked No. 10 among all programs (including public and private research universities) in the Public Accounting Report’s 2015 rankings. In addition, the Tull School’s Ph.D. program ranked No. 12, up four spots from last year.

“I could not be more proud of the work of the faculty, staff and students here,” said Ted Christensen, director of the Tull School. “These rankings show yet again that the academic community recognizes that Tull is serious about accounting excellence.”

“The Tull School is a consistent source of pride for the Terry College, offering an outstanding education and excellent career opportunities for our students,” said Terry College Dean Benjamin C. Ayers. “While we focus on these two aspects of our programs, we are pleased that the quality of our students and efforts of our faculty and staff consistently receive high recognition in external rankings.”

The Public Accounting Report’s rankings are based on an annual survey of accounting professors from nearly 200 colleges and universities across the U.S.