In other rankings released in August, Mays’ undergraduate program remained tied at 19th public (30th overall) in the peer-based U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2006.

Rankings for two individual departments improved. The undergraduate management program climbed in the U.S. News rankings to 11th public, moving up to 13th overall from last year’s rank of from 21st overall and 15th public.

In the same ranking, the accounting program appeared on the list for the first time, ranked 24th overall and tied for 16th public.

Texas A&M moved up two places overall in U.S. News‘ annual ranking, to 60th overall (21st public