Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
Cardinal Stritch University
and the College of Business and Management are dedicated to a culture of
continuous improvement. Continued improvement of teaching, learning and service
create a solid student experience and strong student outcomes.
Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accredits the College of Business and Management and they ask member
institutions to publicly post information about student outcomes for the
programs covered by accreditation. Here are some indicators we consider
- Student learning
outcomes as measured by the Common Professional Components (CPC) of a business
degree, such as economics, accounting, finance and marketing. Each year we
measure student performance using a national CPC-based Comprehensive exam and
compare the progress of our students with students enrolled at other ACBSP
Graduation Rates of students enrolled in our business programs.
satisfaction, employment status of graduates and percentage receiving
promotion, new job opportunities and salary increases.
Student learning outcomes,
retention and graduation rates are provided for programs accredited by ACBSP
and employment status of graduates and other career indicators are for Cardinal
Stritch University alumni responding to a benchmark research Survey of Alumni
Engagement by Noel-Levitz (2012).
The College of Business and Management’s Bachelor of Science
programs in Business Administration, Management, Strategic Management of Information
Systems, and Human Services Management, and the Master of Business
Administration and Master of Management, are accredited by
the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
The College of Business and Management’s recent academic
reorganization aligned all traditional and non-traditional business degrees
offered at Stritch under the auspices of the College. As a result, the College
is working with ACBSP to expand accreditation to all degree programs offered.
Learning Outcomes by CPC Grad
Learning Outcomes by CPC Undergrad
Learning Outcomes by Program
Retention Data by Program
Stritch Alumni Satisfaction CBM Employment Status