An AACSB International member institution offering undergraduate and/or graduate degree(s) in accounting may voluntarily apply for AACSB Accounting Accreditation. To apply for accounting accreditation an institution must hold AACSB Business Accreditation or be simultaneously applying for both accreditations.
The Accounting Accreditation Process is similar to the Business Accreditation Process, except it focuses on a school’s accounting programs. It also includes a rigorous self-evaluation and peer-review process. The process begins with the submission of an Accounting Eligibility Application, followed by the Initial Accreditation phase. Institutions that earn AACSB Accounting Accreditation also must enter the Continuous Improvement Review process every five years. Currently, 180 member institutions hold AACSB Accreditation in accounting.
Policies and Procedures
View policies and procedures related to a variety of aspects of accounting accreditation.
An outline of the Eligibility Application Process and its required documents.
An outline of the Initial Accreditation Process and its required documents.
Continuous Improvement Review (Formerly Maintenance of Accreditation)
An outline of the Continuous Improvement Review Process and its required documents.