AACSB Survey for MBA Students in Their Final Semester

| November 30, 2021
Submitted by Sandra Clark

Important Notice

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The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) MBA Graduating Student Survey will be shared during BUSADMIN P720 during the week of Monday, November 29.

MBA students who are in their final semester who did not have the opportunity to complete the survey during P720 are asked to contact mba.studentexperience@mcmaster.ca with:

  • A request for the AACSB graduating student survey
  • Confirmation that you are in your final semester of the MBA program (a quick note within your email will suffice; no need for any documentation)

Why am I being asked to complete the AACSB graduating student survey?

  • AACSB business accreditation signals to the world that an institution has met the most rigorous standards of excellence in business education
  • Institutions that bear the AACSB-accredited mark demonstrate they are committed to upholding and advancing the quality of their programs at the undergraduate and graduate level

Thank you in advance for taking 10-15 minutes to complete this survey!

Questions? Email mba.studentexperience@mcmaster.ca.

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