George Mason University’s business programs and accounting program rose in the national rankings recently released by U.S. News & World Report. The School of Business is now ranked #79 on the list of "Best Undergraduate Business Programs," up from #92 last year. The School’s accounting program is ranked #68 in the country.
Additionally, Mason was named as Virginia’s most diverse and most innovative university among national institutions, and as one of the most diverse and innovative in the nation.
“I believe these rankings are a testament to not only our cutting-edge curriculum, but also the important academic services we provide our students,” says Patrick Soleymani, associate dean of undergraduate programs and associate professor of management at the School of Business.
“Our undergraduate programs team has done an extraordinary job of supporting our growing student body. When both your ranking and class size increases, you would hope you're doing something right.”
Read more about the new U.S. News & World Report rankings in an article featured on Mason’s website, “Mason is Virginia’s Most Diverse, Most Innovative University.”