October 2–3, 2017 | Portland, Oregon, USA
If your school is pursuing AACSB Business Accreditation or you are new to the standards and process, this interactive seminar is vital for understanding the challenges schools often encounter regarding eligibility criteria, accreditation standards, and continuous improvement, to name a few.
You will learn the purpose of accreditation and move through each standard in depth, covering the four organizational areas of Strategic Management and Innovation; Participants; Learning and Teaching; and Academic and Professional Engagement.
Understanding what is important and expected at each stage of the accreditation process will save your school time, money, resources and frustration when developing a plan of action.
As with other AACSB events, this is an opportunity to develop a network of peers who can become a part of your school’s support system.
- Discover the purpose of accreditation and the eligibility criteria
- Review in depth all AACSB Standards to understand how they build on each other and improve consistency for the school
- Learn the importance of quality and continuous improvement, supported by engagement, innovation and impact
- Build a network of peers and have an opportunity to ask questions
Who Should Attend
Deans, administrators, accreditation coordinators, faculty members (academic staff) and key stakeholders at schools interested in or seeking AACSB Accreditation; individuals new to the AACSB Accreditation Standards and process; accreditation committee members.