AACSB Accreditation Awarded to Three Business Schools

Newly accredited schools include two in the US and one in Taiwan; all offer MBA programs

AACSB International has awarded accreditation to three business schools, according to the organization's website. All of the recently-accredited business schools offer MBA programs. Here are the newly-accredited business schools:

Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology (STUST)

STUST becomes the 21st business school in Taiwan to receive AACSB accreditation. STUST offers a Global MBA program in English that takes two years to complete.

University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) - College of Business

OCU, based in Edmond, Oklahoma, is the sixth school in the state to receive AACSB accreditation. The school offers an MBA in Oklahoma City that takes 16 months to complete. The MBA offers concentrations in Energy Systems and Healthcare.

Mississippi College - School of Business

Mississippi College offers flexible MBA programs that can be completed either in-class or online. The school offers a General MBA, an Accounting MBA, and a Finance MBA. It also offers a dual-degree JD / MBA program. The school is the sixth in Mississippi to receive AACSB accreditation.

To receive AACSB accreditation in business, a business school must go through a rigorous process of review. AACSB International currently accredits 789 business schools in 53 countries.

See a listing of all AACSB-accredited business schools offering MBA programs.

You can also read more about why MBA accreditation is important.


Header image: STUST campus by 創造未來,迎接康莊 / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

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