Choosing an MBA Program? Make sure it’s accredited.

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Steve Mountjoy, Ph.D.

Steve Mountjoy, Ph.D.

When you choose an online MBA program, it’s imperative that you choose one that’s accredited.

But why is accreditation essential?

Accreditation provides an objective view of a school’s curriculum and its faculty qualifications. The main focus of an accreditor is to hold its member institutions to high academic standards. It looks for measurable outcomes to help member institutions continuously improve.

Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) has a rich history of high-quality academics and teaching excellence, which is reflected by our business department’s accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) since 1999.

Fred Sutton, MBA

Fred Sutton, MBA

The ACBSP has high expectations, requiring our teachers to be professionally and academically qualified. NNU’s business instructors must provide the real world experience students like you need—and expect.

As Douglas Viehland, ACBSP executive director, says: “It is more important than ever for business programs to produce graduates who are ready to enter the global marketplace.” At NNU, we couldn’t agree more. Our ACBSP-accredited MBA program means you’ll be better prepared for the ever-changing global marketplace.

ACBSP is organized with champions and co-champions who represent each accredited school. If you have questions about our ACBSP accreditation and what it means for you, contact our champion, Dr. Stephen Mountjoy or our co-champion, Dr. Fred Sutton. Or learn more on the ACBSP website.

Apply now if you’re ready to pursue your ACBSP-accredited online MBA through NNU.

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