The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Business is an accredited member of AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Less than 10 percent of the world’s business schools have achieved business and/or accounting accreditation from AACSB. This distinction is an achievement requiring a tremendous amount of effort.
AACSB International accreditation continuously challenges business schools to perform at the highest level; it informs the world that a business school manages resources to achieve a vibrant and relevant mission; and it speaks of faculty scholarship, high-caliber teaching of quality and current curricula, and meaningful interaction between students and faculty.
In short, AACSB International accreditation is the world's most widely-recognized and most sought-after endorsement. It tells prospective students, faculty, and employers that an AACSB International accredited school produces graduates who are prepared to succeed in the business world. Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society for AACSB accredited business programs.
AACSB International accreditation is earned excellence of the highest caliber. UTC's College of Business is proud to be among those schools accredited by AACSB.
As the world's largest business education alliance, AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) connects educators, students, and business to achieve a common goal: to create the next generation of great leaders. Synonymous with the highest standards of excellence since 1916, AACSB provides quality assurance, business education intelligence, and professional development services to over 1,500 member organizations and more than 785 accredited business schools worldwide. With its global headquarters in Tampa, Florida, USA; Europe, Middle East, and Africa headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore, AACSB's mission is to foster engagement, accelerate innovation, and amplify impact in business education. For more information, visit the AACSB site.