As an accredited AACSB school, the CSB uses continuous surveys, class assessments and other tools to ensure continuous improvement in learning.
Assurance of Learning (AOL) StandardsThe AACSB defines these standards in the following way:
"Student learning is the central activity of higher education.
Definition of learning expectations and assurance that graduates achieve learning expectations are key features of any academic program. The learning expectations derive from a balance of internal and external contributions to the definition of educational goals.
Members of the business community, students, and faculty members each contribute valuable perspectives on the needs of graduates. Learning goals should be set and revised at a level that encourages continuous improvement in educational programs."
About Assurance of Learning (AOL)
Assurance of Learning at the Cameron School of Business means: "A clearly defined process to continually improve the learning outcomes of skills, knowledge, and perspective for all business students to better prepare them for the ever changing business world in which they will work.?
The Cameron School of Business (CSB) places student learning at the forefront. The CSB mission statement clearly articulates, "The Cameron School of Business prepares students to become business leaders in a changing world and enhances learning and service to the community through the growth of intellectual capital."
Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the CSB has attuned its Assurance of Learning (AOL) focus to the AACSB standards. Beyond continuous improvement and reaffirmation with AACSB, the CSB has a true dedication to improving the learning experience and educational acumen of all CSB students.
The CSB offers a B.S. in Business Administration, a B.A. in Economics, an MBA (two tracks; professional MBA and international MBA), an M.S. in Accountancy, and jointly offers with the College of Arts and Sciences, Computer Science Department, an M.S. in Computer Science and Information Systems. The departments in the Cameron School of Business are Department of Accountancy and Business Law, Department of Economics and Finance, Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, Department of Management and Department of Marketing. In addition, the international business option runs across all departments.
|Dr. Rebecca Porterfield [ porterfieldr AT uncw DOT edu ]||Ms. Terrey Hatcher[ hatchert AT uncw DOT edu ]|
|Cameron Hall 124
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5920