Pitt State’s Kelce College of Business has earned re-accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The AACSB is the international agency that accredits the top business schools of the world. Only about six percent of the world’s business schools earn the accreditation, which signifies that the college has a commitment to put students first while also supplying them with a world-class business education.
The spring of this year marks the 25th year the College has earned the re-accreditation, making it one of only 45 institutions in the world to earn the five-year reaccreditation.
The process for accreditation is a rigorous one. The in-depth assessment looks at internal activities, mentorship with an AACSB advisor, and a peer evaluation focused on continuous improvement.