The University of Redlands School of Business & Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Founded in 1988, ACBSP is the premier accreditation body that accredits business programs of exceptionally high quality at over 1,000 institutions around the globe. The Redlands School of Business & Society has demonstrated its commitment to teaching excellence and continuous quality improvement by receiving accreditation from ACBSP.
Based on the criteria of the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award, ACBSP evaluates:
To learn more about ACBSP and its accrediting process, please visit ACBSP’s website.
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ACBSP Conference 2017
Dr. Marcus Castro, Interim Associate Dean for the School of Business, and Bruce Rawding, Associate Program Director, presented a workshop at the annual ACBSP conference in Anaheim, California, on Sunday, June 25, 2017. The workshop, “Our Finest Hour: How the University of Redlands Navigated the ACBSP Accreditation Process from Preliminary Visit Questionnaire to Site Visit,” focused on practical strategies for completing the ACBSP Accreditation process, including the Preliminary Visit Questionnaire, the Self-Study, and the Site Visit. Topics included leadership, strategic planning, student and stakeholder focus, faculty qualifications, staffing, and budgeting. A PDF of the presentation is included in the link below.
The School of Business at the University of Redlands has developed a network of partner organizations in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors throughout California, as well as those headquartered across the United States.
The Redlands Partner Network is a place where leaders can connect and exchange ideas with other organizations. Additionally, it serves as a resource and a problem solver for leadership gaps, training needs, retention issues, talent management, and succession planning. A partner has the opportunity to give input about degree programs, customizing schedules, and course content (e.g., case studies/capstone courses) to meet its organization’s unique needs. Partners’ employees can receive tuition discounts, select scholarships, and fellowship opportunities toward degrees and certificates designed to teach them 21st century business skills and help them become purposeful leaders.