Risk Management, Wealth Management, Tax Management Orientation fall 2020 of Texas A&M University Law’s graduate program for lawyers, accountants, economists, financial professionals, risk officers.
Professor William Byrnes explains the curriculum, the faculty, team-based case studies, administration members and support, library databases and research support, and student and alumni networking.
Texas A&M University is a public university and is ranked 1st among public universities for its superior education at an affordable cost (Fiske, 2018) and ranked 1st of Texas public universities for best value (Money, 2018). Ranked in Top 20 universities by the Wall Street Journal / Times Higher Education (2020). Texas A&M is the largest U.S. public university with an annual budget of $6.3 billion (FY2020), one of only 60 accredited U.S. universities of the American Association of Universities (R1: Doctoral Universities – Highest Research Activity) and one of only 17 U.S. universities that hold the triple U.S. federal grant of Land, Sea, and Space. Texas A&M is one of the six U.S. Senior Military Colleges. Texas A&M University is a member of the SEC Athletics conference and Forbes (2018) ranked Texas A&M as the most valuable brand among universities (Texas A&M earned over $200 million from Athletics in 2019).
The School of Law, established six years ago, has risen to #60 (US News 2020 rank), the fastest rise of a law school in U.S. News history. Its academic ranking is the highest rise of all law schools over the past two decades.