The Mason School of Business was ranked 86th among all business schools in the world by the Financial Times. The rankings are based on alumni career progression, diversity of faculty and students, and faculty research. Lawrence Pulley, Dean of Mason School of Business, expressed his satisfaction with the ranking, stating,
“The Financial Times ranking measures faculty quality, international diversity, and the perceptions and career success of our graduates.
It is highly regarded around the world and we are pleased by this recognition.”
The news came just over a week after the Public Accounting Reports ranked the Accounting Department number one in their grouping in terms of “which programs consistently turn out students capable of some day attaining partner status.”