More than two dozen undergraduate and graduate-level programs at Florida Tech’s Nathan Bisk College of Business have been accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), the leading outcomes-based, professional accreditation agency for business education at universities.
The accredited business programs are six bachelor of art degrees, including in accounting, computer information systems and marketing; nine bachelor of science degrees, including in sports management, business administration and global management and finance; the general MBA program; and 10 additional MBA specializations such as finance, project management and international business.
Focused on excellence in teaching and learning, IACBE has accredited approximately 1,000 business and related programs both nationally and internationally. The IACBE board in April voted unanimously to accredit the Bisk College of Business programs.
“This indicates we have complied with the high-quality education mandated by IACBE for universities seeking accreditation,” said Ann Becker, dean of the Bisk College of Business.
IACBE’s mission-driven, outcome-based approach allows for a focus on student learning outcomes as a driver in continuous improvement and teaching excellence. That emphasis on continuous improvement gives all the stakeholders a voice, noted Becker.