Barry Hall houses NDSU's College of Business. The college recently received an extension of accreditation for five years
from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
NDSU's College of Business announced today it received a confirmation of extension of accreditation for five years from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Only five percent of business schools in higher education worldwide receives AACSB accreditation.
The accreditation is a process of rigorous review conducted by the business education community, ensuring the appropriate resources, credentials and commitment needed to provide students with a first-rate, future-focused business education. Their mission is to foster engagement, innovation and impact in business education.
“We are grateful to the review team for their honest and positive feedback, and we are proud of the faculty, staff, students and alumni who all helped us earn this extension of accreditation,” said Scott Beaulier, the Ronald and Kaye Olson Dean of Business. “AACSB has recognized our commitment to quality business education and our extension of accreditation delivers a message to recruiters, employers and prospective students that the College of Business at NDSU prepares students for the challenges of a competitive, global business environment.”
NDSU’s College of Business has been accredited by the AACSB since 2001. Accredited institutions:
• Are recognized worldwide by top employers and other universities
• Have employers that only hire their graduates
• Have more access to recruiters
• Have graduates that receive higher, more competitive salaries
• Have students that are more international and are likely to earn higher levels of education
• Have students with high-graduating GPAs
• Have stringent hiring standards for college faculty
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