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Accreditation Resources

How You Can Support the Accreditation

CoBA faculty, staff, students, and stakeholders all play a role in CoBA’s AACSB accreditation. Specific contributions are outlined below:
  • Faculty:

    Tenure Track Faculty

    • Update your CV in Sedona (access link)
    • Connect with the Dean/Assoc Dean about opportunities for intellectual contributions
    • Participate in CoBA events with students and stakeholders
    • Consider joining the AA Team
    • Include Mission & PSLOs on your syllabus (link to syllabus)
    • Participate in annual Assurance of Learning (AoL) activities
    • Consider joining the AoL team
    • Share Engagement-Innovation-Impact accomplishments/events/CoBA accolades with the Dean, Associate Dean, or your Department Chair
    • Be prepared to talk about CoBA's mission

     

    Lecturers

    • Send current CV (Word format) to Eve McElrath (link to my email)
    • Connect with the Assoc Dean/Dept Chair about opportunities for intellectual contributions
    • Participate in CoBA events with students and stakeholders
    • Include Mission & PSLOs on your syllabus (link to syllabus)
    • Participate in annual Assurance of Learning (AoL) activities
    • Be prepared to talk about CoBA’s mission
    • Send Engagement-Innovation-Impact accomplishments/events/CoBA accolades to Eve McElrath mcelrath@csusm.edu
  • Staff:

    •  Participate in CoBA events
    • Be prepared to talk about CoBA’s mission
    • Share Engagement-Innovation-Impact accomplishments/events/CoBA accolades with the Dean, Associate Dean, or your Department Chair
  • Students:

    • Share Engagement-Innovation-Impact accomplishments/events/CoBA accolades with the Dean, Associate Dean, or your instructors
    • Be aware of CoBA’s mission
    • Be aware of AoL activities and how you are providing valuable information to CoBA’s programs
  • Stakeholders:


 

The College's Assurance of Learning

CoBA systematically measures outcomes to assure learning and program relevance. Specific Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) are established for the undergraduate and graduate programs and are systematically measured to determine levels of learning and to maintain program relevance.