The Dr. Robert K. Jabs School of Business at California Baptist University received notification this week that it has been accredited for another 10 years.
The school has spent the past two years working on a self-study, documenting its adherence to six quality standards, said Dr. Steve Strombeck, interim dean and professor of marketing. The standards are set by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for its member universities to maintain. The standards are Leadership, Strategic Planning, Student and Stakeholder Focus, Measurement and Analysis of Student Learning and Performance, Faculty and Staff Focus, Educational and Business Process Management.
“It means that we are professionally accredited by one of the top business school accrediting bodies in the world,” Strombeck said.
ACBSP first accredited the school in 2005.
“We have maintained our national accreditation with ACBSP for the last 20 years” Strombeck said. “This is a significant thing.”
The School of Business offers a master of business administration degree, three bachelor degrees, three minors and has more than 560 students.
Accreditation is one of the top priorities when students are choosing a school to attend. CBU’s Business School accreditation makes not only the school of location of choice for students, but the entire city.
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