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Accounting Standards Worksheet AACSB ACCT ELIGIBILITY PROCEDURES QUESTIONS/COMMENTS A. An academic unit seeking accounting accreditation by AACSB International must have appropriate governmental authorization to offer degree-granting programs either on its own or through the college and/or university of which it is a part. These programs must prepare graduates for accounting careers in industry, public accounting, government, not-for-profit organizations or for an accounting academic career. The business college or school must already be accredited by AACSB International or must achieve business accreditation simultaneously. B. Accounting programs offered through the academic unit must be supported by continuing resources. C. All accounting programs offered by the academic unit at all locations will be reviewed simultaneously. Exceptions will be made to exclude programs as noted below. D. Consistent with its mission and its cultural context, the institution must demonstrate diversity in its accounting programs. E. The accounting academic unit must establish expectations for ethical behavior by administrators, faculty, and students. F. All accounting programs under review must show evidence of continued viability. Page 1
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Accounting Standards Worksheet AACSB ACCOUNTING STRATEGIC MGMT. STANDARDS QUESTIONS/COMMENTS 31. Accounting Mission Statement ( Related Business Standards: 1, 2, 3) The academic unit has a published mission statement that: Is based on the role the accounting discipline and profession play in society; Includes the production of intellectual contributions that advance the knowledge and practice of accounting through discipline-based scholarship, contributions to practice, and learning and pedagogical research; and States whether or not each program is intended to meet applicable professional requirements. 32. Accounting Stakeholder Responsiveness (Related Business Standard: None) The mission reflects the academic unit’s commitment to be responsive and adequately serve its stakeholders. Page 2
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Accounting Standards Worksheet AACSB ACCOUNTING PARTICIPANTS STANDARDS QUESTIONS/COMMENTS 33. Accounting Student Placement (Related Business Standard: none) Each accounting program demonstrates its success in the following areas with regard to the particular market(s) the program serves: Placement of students within three months of graduation
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