Northcentral University’s Master’s in Accounting Accredited by ACBSP through 2027

Northcentral University, a nonprofit, online, graduate-focused university, is pleased to announce that its Master of Science in Accounting program has obtained Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accreditation through 2027. “Accreditation means our program content meets ACBSP’s high standards for curriculum, learning outcomes and program assessment,” said Dr. Marie Bakari, who led the … More Northcentral University’s Master’s in Accounting Accredited by ACBSP through 2027

Purdue Global Adds IT Micro-Credentials

WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue University Global is launching four graduate-level micro-credentials in information technology fields. The university says the micro-credentials can fulfill Purdue Global programs’ elective slots, become a specialization or be added to support students’ completed degrees. The micro-credentials include Amazon web services cloud technologies, secure software development and quality assurance, cybersecurity core concepts, and IT core … More Purdue Global Adds IT Micro-Credentials

Marymount University Partners with Netflix and 2U for Tech Boot Camps

Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, is teaming up with Netflix and the educational technology company 2U to offer fully online tech boot camps for its undergraduate students. The program will feature three boot camps for credit in data science, Java engineering and UX/UI (user-interface design). Netflix, the streaming entertainment giant, and 2U, which contracts with … More Marymount University Partners with Netflix and 2U for Tech Boot Camps

Northwestern Oklahoma State University Business Division to Have New Leadership

ALVA, Okla. — Garret Lahr has been named the division of business chair for Northwestern Oklahoma State University, replacing Dr. John Stockmyer, professor of business, who will remain on the faculty. “I am excited about working with Garret,” said Dr. Bo Hannaford, NWOSU executive vice president. “He will bring some new ideas to the table … More Northwestern Oklahoma State University Business Division to Have New Leadership

American Public University System Celebrates 30th Anniversary Of Educating Those Who Serve

Founded as American Military University in 1991, APUS Proudly Celebrates Approximately 90,000 Current Students and Over 108,000 Alumni Who Inspire Student-Centered Education and Innovation Thirty years ago, retired U.S. Marine Corps Major James P. Etter had the vision and determination to create a university that broke new ground by providing affordable, relevant distance education to … More American Public University System Celebrates 30th Anniversary Of Educating Those Who Serve

Cara Beth Johnson Earns Teaching Excellence Award

Northern Oklahoma College instructor Cara Beth Johnson, Chair of Business and instructor of Accounting and other business classes, has been named a regional recipient of the 2021 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award. The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) recognizes individuals each year who exemplify teaching excellence in the classroom. Johnson will be honored, … More Cara Beth Johnson Earns Teaching Excellence Award

Shatrela Washington-Hubbard Appointed Interim Dean of College of Business & Communication at Brenau University

The Brenau University Provost’s Office announced on Thursday, June 3, the appointment of Shatrela Washington-Hubbard to serve as interim dean of the College of Business & Communication during the 2021-22 academic year. Washington-Hubbard currently serves as program director and assistant professor of human resource management at Brenau. In her interim dean role, Washington-Hubbard will collaborate … More Shatrela Washington-Hubbard Appointed Interim Dean of College of Business & Communication at Brenau University

Grand Canyon University Launches Partnership to Help Needy

I get excited about a lot of things that are happening at Grand Canyon University, but I don’t think I’ve ever been as excited as I am about the potential of our new partnership with CityServe. CityServe is an amazing ministry that aligns perfectly with GCU’s mission and is having a significant impact on underserved … More Grand Canyon University Launches Partnership to Help Needy

Woodbury Business School Launches New Computer Information Systems Program, Starting Fall 2021

Woodbury University will offer a new Computer Information Systems (CIS) program (BS degree) under its School of Business, launching in the Fall 2021 semester. The program will be chaired by Nathan Garrett, who earned his Ph.D. in Information Systems in Technology from Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Garrett has been with Woodbury for over 14 years, and … More Woodbury Business School Launches New Computer Information Systems Program, Starting Fall 2021

Greenville Technical College and Harrisburg Area Community College Make the 2020 List for “Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges”

Each year, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education spotlights the “Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges.” The group announced their list for 2020, and two ACBSP-accredited members are among the 15 schools selected—Greenville Technical College (South Caroline) and Harrisburg Area Community College (Pennsylvania). According to diverseeducation.com, “This study was first commissioned by the National … More Greenville Technical College and Harrisburg Area Community College Make the 2020 List for “Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges”