An AACSB International member institution offering undergraduate and/or graduate degrees in business may voluntarily apply for AACSB Business Accreditation. The AACSB Accreditation Process includes rigorous self-evaluation and peer-review elements. The process begins with the submission and approval of an Eligibility Application. Once a school’s Eligibility Application has been approved, it will enter the Initial Accreditation phase. If a school is able to meet all of AACSB’s Accreditation Standards and completes the requirements, it will be recommended for Accreditation. All AACSB-accredited institutions must enter the Continuous Improvement Review process every five years.
View an outline of the process of accreditation.
Policies and Procedures
View policies and procedures related to a variety of aspects of business 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.