Innovative Curriculum Conference

May 16-18, 2022 | Virtual and In-person (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)

Innovative Curriculum Conference

May 16–18, 2022 | Virtual and In-person (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)


Register by May 2, 2022 and save 200 USD!

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We look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA!



Register by May 2, 2022 and save 200 USD!

Not ready to travel yet or looking for an option that better fits your schedule? Join us virtually and don't miss any of the content or networking that this event has to offer.

In-Person Experience Virtual Experience
Engage in critical conversations and reconnect with colleagues
Enjoy inspiring keynotes, breakout sessions, and networking community meetings
Network with colleagues that are joining both virtually and in-person
Meet with exhibitors to get new ideas and tools to bring back to your institution
Access to virtual community, including presentation materials for 90 days after the conclusion of the event, for extended learning
Connect with peers during breaks, meals, and receptions
Join us from the comfort of your home or office
Book your travel and hotel stay to enjoy popular destinations


How can business schools continue to demonstrate excellence as the education landscape—i.e. the shift to virtual classrooms—becomes increasingly challenging? What processes can be implemented at your business school to differentiate from peer institutions? The Innovative Curriculum Conference will provide new and fresh ideas to innovate business school curricula while offering best practices for successful assessment and continuous improvement.

Hear from a diverse range of schools as they share strategies for effective assurance of learning and insights for overcoming an environment of intense competition, financial constraints, employer expectations, multiple accreditors, virtual program delivery and diverse technologies. Together, we will think strategically about questions of purpose, positioning, program design and gain guidance through the curriculum redesign and program assessment process. With so much emphasis on what is next, it is imperative for b-school curricula to focus on the future.



Faculty, department chairs, associate deans, deans, and those involved with faculty development, in charge of an institution's assurance of learning programs, new to assessment, experienced in assessment, and working on obtaining or extending AACSB Accreditation at their school.

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