The Accounting Accreditation Committee (AAC) oversees initial accreditation and continuous improvement review processes to ensure consistency of standards application and equity of recommendations across teams and across programs reviewed.
AAC is composed of a minimum of 10 members and a maximum of 20 members, plus an AAC Chair and AAC Vice Chair appointed by the Vice Chair-Chair Elect (who shall preside as Board Chair during the year for which the appointments are made).
The AAC Chair is usually a dean (or chief officer) or Accounting School Director or unit head with a background in accounting or a current or previous accounting program administrator from an Organization with AACSB accounting accreditation. Normally, AAC representatives are members of Organizations with accounting accreditation. The majority are current or previous administrators of accounting programs; other members include deans (or chief officers) and non-educational members. Normally, AAC members serve staggered three-year terms, up to a maximum of two consecutive terms. Normally, the AAC Chair serves two consecutive one-year terms.
Shawn Mauldin, Mississippi State University
Brian McGuire, University of Southern Indiana
Frank Buckless, North Carolina State University
Kevin Chen, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Donald Deis, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Parveen Gupta, Lehigh University
Susan Haka, Michigan State University
Mark Higgins, Saint Louis University
Yvonne Hinson, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Mohamed Hussein, University of Connecticut
Margaret O'Reilly-Allen, Rider University
Marc Rubin, Farmer School of Business, Miami University
Douglas Ziegenfuss, Old Dominion University
Maria Baltar (email@example.com)