Courtesy of Saint Augustine’s University
The Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) School of Business, Management, and Technology has been awarded initial accreditation for its business programs from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). This accreditation certifies that the teaching and learning processes in the SAU School of Business meet the education standards of the Accreditation Council. In addition, ACBSP’s accreditation council reviews the quality, integrity, leadership, and faculty credentials of business degree programs, amongst other vital items.
“The School of Business team worked extremely hard to complete the accreditation process,” says Dr. Van Sapp, Dean, SAU School of Business, Management and Technology. “We pride ourselves in readying students for the academic rigor of our courses and developing thought leaders for the industry.”
The SAU School of Business, Management, and Technology has spent several years meeting the seven standards for its programs accredited by the ACBSP. Drs. Van Sapp and Sheria Rowe attended the ACBSP 2022 Annual Conference as honorees for initial accreditation.
“I would like to commend Dr. Sapp and his team for elevating the SAU School of Business, Management, and Technology and its programs through this accreditation,” said SAU President Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail. “The SAU School of Business plays a vital role in executing the university’s strategic initiatives of entrepreneurship and global readiness.”
The ACBSP Accreditation Council accredits the following business programs at Saint Augustine’s University for Business Schools and Programs:
- Business Administration
- Computer Information Systems
- Sport Management
- Business Administration w/ Minor in Accounting
- Computer Information Systems w/ Minor in Accounting
- Business Administration w/ Minor in Sport Management
- Accounting w/ Minor in Computer Information Systems
- Organizational Management
“The accreditation acknowledges the hard work the university and faculty have put in to strengthen and grow its business programs,” says Dr. Sapp.