Mays’ accounting programs are nationally recognized for excellence. Our undergraduate and graduate programs both rank in the top ten in the nation:

  • #1 in U.S. for underrepresented groups among Ph.D. graduates and faculty – American Accounting Association Journal, Issues in Accounting Education. Forthcoming 2021. Explore more here.
  • #3 in U.S. (out of 521 programs), Accounting Today’s CPA Success Index (2021) – Accounting Today‘s CPA Success Index recently gave Texas A&M University’s James Benjamin Department of Accounting the 3rd highest ranking in the nation, with a 94.0% success rate for our accounting students.  Explore more here.
  • #2 in U.S., Master’s in Accounting, Eduniversal (2019)
  • Public Accounting Report (2019)
    • #8 nationally, large undergraduate programs
    • #7 nationally, large master’s programs
    • #11 nationally, doctoral program
  • #13, public graduate program, U.S. News & World Report (2021)
  • #14, undergraduate program, U.S. News & World Report (2020)
  • Accounting Program Research Rankings by Topical Area and Methodology, Brigham Young University (2018) – The BYU rankings compare 293 accounting Ph.D. programs around the world, and they are based on publications in leading scholarly journals by recent Ph.D. program graduates (from 2013-2018) during the first three years and first six years of their careers as faculty members.
    • Texas A&M Accounting PhD Program
      • #1 Overall Accounting PhD program (second consecutive year)
      • #1 Accounting PhD Program for financial accounting research
      • #1 Accounting PhD program for audit research
      • #2 Accounting PhD program for tax research
    • Texas A&M Accounting Faculty
      • #13 Over Accounting Faculty ranking
      • #14 Accounting Faculty in Financial Accounting research
      • #10 Accounting Faculty in Audit research
      • #2 Accounting Faculty in Tax research

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