AACSB Survey: Help Us Understand Your Student Experience

| October 30, 2018
Submitted by Chris Gaspic for Student Experience - Academic and Career and Professional Development

AACSB Survey: Help Us Understand Your Student Experience

Did you begin your MBA in September? Take a Moment to Complete the AACSB Student Survey!

On November 8, you will receive an email asking you to complete the AACSB survey.

We ask that you take about 8 to 10 minutes of your day to complete this survey. It allows DeGroote to understand your MBA student experience, and how it can be enhanced for your future colleagues.

Impact of the AACSB Survey

Based off past feedback from the AACSB, we made the following changes to the program:

  • Launch of a new curriculum (Cohort based; collaborative projects; applied learning – Integrated Project)
  • Revisions to Foundations (Greater focus on professional skills for use in classroom and career; Reduction from four to three weeks; moving Case to mid-term as a synthesis of learning)

About the Survey

The DeGroote School of Business is AACSB accredited, which means we are amongst 5% of the world’s business programs who receive this accreditation. It signals that our School meets the highest quality of standards of a top business school and part of this AACSB accreditation process is to survey our graduating MBA students.

Thank you for your participation and please know your feedback is appreciated.

Graduating in this term? We’ll be asking you to complete the AACSB survey in late-November. Look for an invitation in your email. 


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