Top business and accounting graduate schools ranked

 

For everything, there is a ranking. Accounting and business schools are no exception. If you're going to add another set of initials to your name, you might want to consider the quality of the source from which those initials are granted. Published rankings are not substitutes for due diligence in researching schools yourself, but they do give you an interesting look at how the pollsters regard the various schools and the programs they offer.
 
Here are some of the rankings we've uncovered in the past year.
 
 
Public Accounting Report
27th Annual Professor’s Survey - 2008
Top 25 Accounting Graduate Programs

 

TY
 LY
 School
1
Brigham Young University
2
 3 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
3
 1 
University of Texas-Austin
4
 4 
University of Southern California
5
 15 
University of Michigan
6
 5
 University of Notre Dame
7
 7
 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
8
 6
 Texas A&M University
9
 7
 Indiana University Bloomington
10
 11
 University of Georgia
11
 11
 Ohio State University
11
 9
 Michigan State University
13
 15
 University of Washington
14
 NR
 University of Virginia
15
 25
 University of Missouri-Columbia
15
 NR
 University of Mississippi
17
 13
 University of Wisconsin-Madison
18
 18
 University of Connecticut
19
 23
 Florida State University
19
 21
 University of Alabama
21
 10
 University of Florida
22
 NR
 Baruch College-The City University of New York
23
 NR
 University of Arizona
23
 14
 Arizona State University
23
 NR
 University of Iowa
23
 18
 Miami University (Ohio)
Honorable Mention:
 
College of William & Mary
Boston College
Virginia Tech
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Wake Forest University
North Carolina State University.

 

NR=Not Ranked.
 
Business Week - 2008 Top 30 U.S. MBA Programs
 

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Business Week - 2008 Top 30 Part-Time U.S. MBA Programs
 

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Business Week - 2008 Top 25 Executive MBA Programs
 

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U.S. News and World Report, 2009 Best Graduate Accounting Programs
 

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Austin, TX
2
Philadelphia, PA
3
Champaign, IL
4
Chicago, IL
5
Ann Arbor, MI
6
Los Angeles, CA
7
Stanford, CA
8
Provo, UT
9
New York,
10
Bloomington,
 
 
 
U.S. News and World Report, 2009 Best Executive MBA Programs
 

1
Evanston, IL
2
Philadelphia, PA
3
Chicago, IL
4
Durham, NC
5
New York, NY
6
Berkeley, CA
7
New York, NY
8
Ann Arbor, MI
9
Los Angeles, CA
10
Chapel Hill, NC
 

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