AACSB

AcronymDefinition
AACSBAssociation to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (formerly American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business)
AACSBAmerican Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (now Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
AACSBArchitectural and Associated Consultants Selection Board (Hong Kong)
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Founded in 1916, AACSB is the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools, and the largest business education network connecting students, educators, and businesses worldwide.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is one of the oldest and most widely renowned international accrediting body for business schools worldwide.
This makes for a smoother transition to the collegiate level, providing students with better international mobility through exchange programs, and allows Philippine business schools to offer more advance courses earlier in the academic cycle,' Tom Robinson, president and CEO of AACSB International, told the BusinessMirror in an e-mail interview.
'AACSB Accreditation recognises institutions that have demonstrated a focus on excellence in all areas, including teaching, research, curricula development, and student learning,' said Stephanie M.
'AACSB accreditation recognizes institutions that have demonstrated a focus on excellence in all areas, including teaching, research, curricula development, and student learning,' said Stephanie M.
' AACSB also announced that Indian Institute of Management Indore, Texas A and M University-Texarkana, the University of Agder, and the University of Macau have earned accreditation in business.
Rutgers Camden, which enrolls 1,511 undergraduate and 441 graduate students, said it was the first institution in South Jersey to earn AACSB accreditation in 1995, and received its first reaccreditation in 2003.
The AACSB praised the Captured programme for its bold and innovative approaches to business education.
While this central model is a good one, the AACSB recognized there was a need for improvement.
These pressures are especially significant for colleges and schools of business striving to meet changing standards for initial accreditation and reaccreditation set by the AACSB (AACSB International, 2013).
There are three substantive changes in the revised AACSB standards that are of interest to accounting professionals.