Tag Archives: AACSB

Boards Hear How Credit Is Assigned

State Board Report December 2014 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are being studied by the American Council on Education to examine their academic potential. The ACE has recommended five Coursera courses for college credit – but none are business courses yet, Dr. Christine A. Botosan, president of the American Accounting Association, told the NASBA Annual…

Chair Johnson Attends AACSB International

State Board Report May 2014 Singapore was the site of the 2014 International Conference and Annual Meeting of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), bringing together professionals and academics from top business schools around the world, April 7-9. This year’s conference showcased how the AACSB-accredited schools are embracing the more flexible, less…

AACSB Adopts New Standards

State Board Report May 2013 Refreshed standards embracing the concepts of “innovation, impact and engagement” were unanimously adopted by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International at their meeting on April 8. The new accreditation standards were developed over a two-year period, reducing the previous 21 standards to 15. Jan Williams, Dean…

NASBA Commends Blue Ribbon Committee on Bringing Academicians and the Accounting Profession Closer Together 1/23/13

AACSB Studying Accreditation Standards

State Board Report September 2012 The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is engaged in an intensive review process of its standards for accreditation of institutions which it expects will conclude with the adoption of new standards and processes in April 2013, Dr. Jerry Trapnell writes in “Frontiers,” a blog of the Western…