The bachelor of accounting, bachelor of business administration
and master of business administration degrees offered by the Cameron
University School of Business have been awarded re-accreditation by the
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Accreditation is granted for 10 years. During the intervening years, a
quality assurance report is required to be filed every two years.
Cameron's programs have been accredited since 2001.
re-accreditation by ACBSP reinforces Cameron's commitment to continuous
improvement, innovation, and scholarship," said John Camey, dean of the
School of Business. "We will continue to focus on student learning in
order to ensure that graduates of Cameron's School of Business receive a
top quality education that will prepare them to take their place in the
As part of the reaffirmation of
accreditation, the School of Business prepared a self-study which
demonstrates and records that it remains in compliance with ACBSP
accreditation standards as outlined in the organization's "Standards and
Criteria for Demonstrating Excellence in Baccalaureate/Graduate Degree
Schools and Programs" document. Following submission of the self-study,
the School of Business hosted an evaluation team site visit. The
evaluation team then completed its report to ACBSP's Board of
Commissioners, which subsequently re-affirmed Cameron's accreditation.