The College of Economic and Social Sciences at Pedro Henríquez Ureña National University (UNPHU) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), one of three most prestigious agencies in the United States.
With this new step, UNPHU confirms its legitimacy in its field and reinforces its commitment to the educational mission, with continuous improvement and innovation. Thus, it strengthens the institutional processes, in order to give greater visibility to its business school, and to ensure the quality of teaching and learning processes.
ACBSP accredited the Faculties of Accounting, Auditing, Business Administration, Marketing, Hotel and Tourism Management.
Achieving this level of academic success shows that the University has strengthened its organizational culture, self-assessment processes and continuous improvement in its strategic dynamics, as well as aligning its institutional level, student-centered processes.
It gave teachers and collaborators an opportunity for professional development and leadership in the evaluation process, focus on outcomes, as well as actively participating in the continuous improvement of academic programs.
For students and graduates, the accreditation will allow them to obtain better job opportunities in the national and international market.
This achievement is the result of more than four years of institutional improvements, and was achieved thanks to the support and cooperation of university authorities, school principals, service departments, and academic and administrative staff; Employers, teachers, alumni, and students.
ACBSP is an accrediting body specializing in business education, which aims to support, celebrate and reward teaching excellence. In addition, to continuously enhance academic quality and enhance access to diversity and inclusion in institutional missions around the world.
It is the only global accreditation body to accredit business programs at the associate, baccalaureate and postgraduate levels on six continents.
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