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The Department of Accounting at Texas McCombs is #1 across all three program levels:
Our Department is renowned for its innovative teachers and world-renowned researchers, who infuse the curriculum with cutting-edge ideas. Advice from executives on the Department of Accounting Advisory Council adds valuable perspective gleaned from years of working in the field. Come see how the energetic community of the McCombs School of Business and the University of Texas at Austin create a learning experience unlike any other in the country.
U.S. News and World Report Ranks Texas McCombs Undergraduate Accounting Program #1 for the 13th Year in a Row
The McCombs School of Business undergraduate accounting degree program is once again ranked number one by U.S. News and World Report. The undergraduate program in accounting has been ranked number one by U.S. News and World Report for the past 13 years.
Texas McCombs Accounting Sweeps the Public Accounting Report (PAR) Rankings for the Ninth Year in a Row
For the 14th time in 16 years, Texas McCombs Ranks number one across all three of the 2018 rankings of the PAR Annual Professors Survey for undergraduate, master's and PhD.
Texas McCombs Accounting Program Ranks #4 Worldwide for Accounting Research
Texas McCombs boasts a highly productive accounting faculty, according to Brigham Young University's 2018 Accounting Research Rankings.
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The mission of the Department of Accounting at The University of Texas at Austin is to further excellence in the accounting discipline within the mission of the University and the School. In the context of the Department, this means:
- To expand and create knowledge through scholarship of theoretical and practical impact, and
- To communicate knowledge of the accounting discipline through teaching undergraduate and graduate students, training accounting scholars and educators, and interacting with the external business and policy-making community.