Our College of Business is Among the Top 5 Percent Worldwide
AACSB accreditation means that our College of Business has passed a rigorous set of standards. The faculty, students, programs and research have been closely examined and judged to be of exceptionally high standards.
AACSB accreditation means our College of Business has proven to be among the best in business education anywhere in the world. This quality is recognized across the globe by top employers, other universities and recruiters. Graduates from AACSB-accredited schools are recognized and generally receive higher, more competitive salaries.
“The University of New Haven has a history of delivering the highest-quality education to students, and membership in this prestigious group of schools speaks to the level of education we provide locally and to the global community through our College of Business.” University of New Haven President Steven Kaplan
Why Does AACSB Accreditation Matter?
AACSB International —The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business — is a global, nonprofit membership organization of educational institutions, businesses, and other entities devoted to the advancement of management education. AACSB-accredited schools have the highest-quality faculty, relevant and challenging curriculum, and provide educational and career opportunities that are not found at other business schools. Find out more on the AACSB Accreditation website, which has information for students, parents, counselors, faculty, and recruiters.
AACSB-Accredited Programs at the University of New Haven
- Business Management
- International Business
- Management of Sport Industries
- M.S. Accounting
- Executive MBA (EMBA)
- M.S. Finance
- Full-time MBA
- Flexible MBA
- Combined MBA/MPA
- M.S. Sport Management
Assurance of Learning
"Student learning is the central activity of higher education. Definition of learning expectations and assurance that graduates achieve learning expectations are key features of any academic program. The learning expectations derive from a balance of internal and external contributions to the definition of educational goals. Members of the business community, students, and faculty members each contribute valuable perspectives on the needs of graduates."
The student learning initiatives for assurance of learning are embedded in the College of Business through:
1. Educational Testing Service, ETS- Major Field Tests
2. Course outline and course coverage sheets
3. Course Portfolios
4. Annual reviews by Course Leaders to recommend changes for continuous improvement
5. Experiential Learning opportunities
6. Required student participation in Professional Enrichment Activities