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School of Business Accepted by AACSB

Lindenwood University’s School of Business & Entrepreneurship has become a member of the prestigious Association to Advance College Schools of Business (AACSB).

Dean Roger Ellis made the announcement this week. Fewer than five percent of the Schools of Business worldwide have been accredited through AACSB.

“We are extremely proud to be accepted as a AA member,” Ellis said. “Now that we’re accepted, we will investigate the requirements of accreditation.”

Ellis said AACSB requires two years of membership prior to seeking accreditation. Under Ellis’ leadership, the Lindenwood School of Business has grown in both size and quality. The School of Business has been honored for having the largest MBA program in St. Louis for two consecutive years.

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