The School of Business at the University of Jordan has made notable progress in achieving the requirements of international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), where the self-evaluation report (ISER) of the School was accepted at the meeting of the International Initial Accreditation Committee (IAC).
Obtaining international accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is a sign of the quality of educational programs, and also indicates the ability of the School to ensure that the academic efficiency of its students matches job market needs.
The (AACSB) standards focus on the qualifications of faculty members, their development and intellectual contributions, the good design of curricula with an emphasis on a solid assurance of learning system, and practical and academic preparation of students.
During the next three years, the School of Business is required to submit progress reports addressing the progress made on the issues and concerns identified by the IAC. Once the committee agrees the school is aligned with the accreditation standards and has made adequate progress on its action items, the School of Business will be directed to apply for an Initial Accreditation visit and has two years to develop the final Self Evaluation Report (SER) and prepare for a Peer Review Team visit.