According to the CPA Personnel Report's 23rd Annual Professor's Survey conducted by the Public Accounting Report (2004), The University of Texas at Austin was ranked first for its graduate accounting programs, followed by Illinois in 2nd place and Brigham Young in 3rd position.

Texas A&M University jumped to top 10 from 13th in 2003.

The Ohio State University dropped from 8th to 12th in 2004.

League Table 2004:
1 The University of Texas at Austin
2 University of Illinois
3 Brigham Young University
4 University of So. California
5 University of Notre Dame
6 University of Michigan
7 University of North Carolina
8 Indiana University
9 Michigan State University
10 Texas A&M University
12 The Ohio State University
12 Northern Illinois University
14 Univ of Alabama
14 Univ of Pennsylvania
16 Univ of Florida
16 Univ of Missouri
17 Arizona State Univ
18 Univ of Georgia
20 Univ of Wisconsin
20 Univ of Tennessee

League Table 2003:
1 The Univ of Texas at Austin
2 Univ of Illinois
3 Brigham Young Uni
4 U of So. California
5 U of Michigan
6 U of Notre Dame
7 U of North Carolina
8 The Ohio State Uni
9 Indiana Uni
10 Northern Illinois Uni

Source: CPA Personnel Report's 23rd Annual Professor's Survey-2004

* Next: US Best Graduate Accounting Schools 2010

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