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 American Institute of CPAs has announced the winners of the 2014 Elijah Watt Sells Award, and we are pleased to inform you that a David Eccles School of Business graduate, Corrine Sudbury, is on the list.
Out of the 91,384 people who took the Uniform CPA Exam in 2014, only 60 qualified for the award—that’s less than 1 for every 1,500 people who took the exam.
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The David Eccles School of Business is comprised of an abundance of outstanding faculty and staff, and one of our outstanding faculty members is about to become even more so.
On April 23, Dr. Martha Eining will be honored at Oklahoma State University’s Wilton T. Anderson Hall of Fame Awards Banquet with the Distinguished Alumni Award, and she will be inducted into the School of Accounting’s Hall of Fame. Dr. Eining...continue reading...