Accreditation and Strategic Plan

Accreditation

The Huntsman School of Business programs in business and accounting are accredited by AACSB International–The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB is the premier accrediting association for business and accounting programs.

Strategic Plan

Four Pillars

As one of the first universities in the western United States to offer a degree in commerce, the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business has an illustrious history of fostering research and scholarship, advancing the practice of business and management and providing lifelong learning. The school is home to four academic departments: Economics and Finance, Management,  Management Information Systems and the School of Accountancy. The Huntsman School provides a culture that supports innovation and continuous improvement at the department and program levels and fosters a spirit of partnership among students, faculty and other constituents based on mutual respect, trust and benefit.

Since business is the lifeblood for successful and prosperous communities, we envision our school as dedicated to bridging business theory with successful and ethical business practices. The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business expects our graduates to be entrepreneurial and to be prepared to compete in the global marketplace. Entrepreneurs create solutions that add value to society and the economy by reinterpreting the world rather than waiting for the world to define them.

The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business aspires to improve its national stature. Within the next 10 years the school seeks to be nationally recognized. We are focusing on four areas as we make transformational changes at the Huntsman School of Business. We are helping students realize the importance of ethical leadership, we are fueling the entrepreneurial spirit within each of them, we are helping them achieve a global vision of what they can do and we are emphasizing the importance of analytical rigor.

Additional Information

Huntsman School Pillars