February 8, 2018 | San Antonio, Texas, USA
Less than 25% of AACSB-accredited schools are also accredited in accounting. Explore the accounting accreditation process with this in-depth overview presented by facilitators with years of experience as AACSB peer reviewers and accreditation committee members.
The seminar will cover the accounting accreditation standards, including requirements such as criteria for faculty qualifications and Assurance of Learning (AoL). After you have an understanding of the standards, you will learn about the initial and continuous improvement review (CIR) process; the key committees, such as Accounting Accreditation Committee (AAC), Continuous Improvement Review Committee (CIRC), Committee on Accreditation Policy (CAP); and peer review team involvement.
Go through sections of the standards for hands-on experience focusing on four main areas: Strategic Management and Innovation; Participants; Learning and Teaching; and Academic and Professional Engagement. By the end of the seminar, you will be confident about what is necessary for AACSB Accounting Accreditation and will have a peer network for future support.
- Gain an in-depth overview of the AACSB Accreditation process and understand what is expected for initial and continuous improvement review process
- Learn from peers and build a support network
- Use selected portions of the standards for hands-on experience focusing on four main areas: Strategic Management and Innovation; Participants; Learning and Teaching; and Academic and Professional Engagement
- Overview of the CIR report
Who Should Attend
Deans, accounting administrators, department chairs, faculty members, and key stakeholders of AACSB-accredited accounting programs.
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