Accreditation is Crucial
Students attending an AACSB accredited school are assured of receiving excellence in teaching by highly qualified faculty and relevance in course curricula through the sharing and dissemination of current business knowledge, resulting in an exceptional learning experience.
What does AACSB Accreditation mean to students?
An AACSB accredited undergraduate or MBA program meets high standards of quality — in the students they accept, in the faculty they employ, in the subject content they teach, and in the teaching techniques they utilize.
Students enrolled in the UCCS College of Business represent diverse ranges of background, expertise, and specialties, which promote rich collaboration among the faculty and students.
AACSB accreditation means that students will receive instruction in the most important business issues, concepts, and techniques.
What does AACSB Accreditation mean to COB graduates?
Many employers actively seek and prefer graduates of AACSB accredited programs, making graduates more competitive for the most attractive positions.
Completing an AACSB accredited program means that graduates have the skills and competencies to excel in their professional roles.
What does AACSB Accreditation mean to Employers?
Hiring graduates of AACSB accredited programs means that employers have an assurance of quality.
Companies have confidence that new employees who have completed an AACSB accredited program have the essential knowledge base, skills, and professional competencies to move into their new job roles and quickly adapt to the challenging demands.
Employers have the assurance that graduates will have the critical thinking and analytical skills needed for companies to engage in future problem solving.
UCCS and AACSB Accreditation
The College of Business at UCCS has maintained AACSB accreditation status for over 20 years. AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of academic recognition for business schools worldwide with less than 5% meeting that standard