Both the undergraduate and graduate programs of the School of Accounting found themselves in the Top 25 of the latest rankings released by the Public Accounting Report. In a remarkable bit of symmetry, both programs improved to land at No. 22 in their respective rankings. For the Master of Accounting program, the jump was two spots from its No. 24 ranking in 2012, while the undergraduate Accounting program moved up five spots. Among mid-sized Accounting schools—those with between 16 and 21 full-time faculty members—the results are even more impressive, with the MAcc program landing at No. 8 and the undergraduate program finding itself at No. 7.
The David Eccles School of Business embodies the legacy of Utah’s first entrepreneur and the school’s namesake, David Eccles. Through four core values, David Eccles forged a path and paved the way for the state’s enterprising business success and the school’s culture.Leadership
David Eccles was a skilled leader who founded more than 50 successful businesses in Utah and across the Intermountain West. He was also an elected, civil servant. Leadership is a principle instilled and quality exemplified throughout the Eccles...continue reading...
Do you know University of Utah professors who have emphasized ethics in their classes, or who engage in activities focused on ethics outside of the classroom?
Nominate them for the Leadership in Daniels Fund Ethics Education Award!
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative is hosting the awards, which honors University of Utah faculty and staff for their contributions to ethics education during the 2014-2015 school year....continue reading...