Committee on Accreditation Policy

Purpose

The Committee on Accreditation Policy (CAP) fulfills six primary roles: • oversees policy related to AACSB accreditation and quality assurance services; • recommends changes in the accreditation standards, related to accreditation and quality assurance services; • coordinates the work of the operating committees; • engages thought leaders from the Committee on Issues in Management Education (CIME) and the Business Practices Advisory Council in advancing accreditation; • authorizes improvements to the processes and procedures supporting accreditation activities; and • oversees the review of satisfaction of Eligibility Criteria by institutions in the application, initial accreditation, and continuous improvement review phases of accreditation process.

Structure

The CAP consists of 15 members and is composed of the following individuals:

  • AACSB Board of Directors Immediate Past Chair, who serves as Chair of CAP
  • AACSB Board of Directors Chair
  • AACSB Board of Directors Vice Chair-Chair Elect
  • Chair and Vice Chairs of the Initial Accreditation Committee
  • Chair and Vice Chair of the Continuous Improvement Review Committee
  • Chair and Vice Chair of the Accounting Accreditation Committee
  • Five additional members appointed by the Chair of the Board.

Staff Liaison

Robert Reid (bob.reid@aacsb.edu)
Thomas Robinson (tom.robinson@aacsb.edu)