A highly prized international accreditation by the California State University, Stanislaus College of Business Administration (CBA) was endorsed this month with acceptance of a key report update.
Dr. Nael Aly, Dean of the College, said that the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has reviewed and accepted a College Accreditation Report submitted by the University earlier this year. In addition to notifying the College that all issues covered in the Report had been adequately addressed, the AACSB Maintenance of Accreditation Committee had high praise for the continuous improvement environment that has been created in the CBA that provides students with outstanding and challenging academic programs.
News that the Report had been accepted was greeted with delight by Aly who said the College of Business Administration continues to demonstrate the excellence that earned a landmark full accreditation for the first time from the AACSB in 2003. Acceptance of the Report reaffirms that accreditation until the next reaccreditation on-site review in 2012-13.
"This accomplishment is another example of your hard work, dedication to excellence, and commitment to our students and business programs' quality," Aly said in a message to the University's CBA faculty. "We have a great team of faculty and staff, and I value being a member of this team."