a tax specialty would serve both societal and professional interests by certifying that professionals possess the necessary education and experience to competently provide these services.
In addition, many argued that creation of the division for CPA firms would establish a second level of CPAs by accrediting
some, but this problem has not materialized.
The "Directories" section contains information about accrediting
agencies, grouped into: (1) regional accrediting
organizations; (2) national accrediting
organizations; (3) specialized and professional accrediting
organizations; and (4) state agencies and accrediting
organizations recognized for special purposes.
Organizations that accredit entire institutions are called institutional accrediting
organizations; those that evaluate free-standing professional or occupational schools or are limited to specific programs within an institution of higher education are called specialized accrediting
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is one of the oldest and most widely renowned international accrediting
body for business schools worldwide.
Luke's Medical Center-Quezon City and Global City are both accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), the world's most prestigious accrediting
body of healthcare organizatons.
Interactive Solutions and Services Company in order to
On June 23, the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI) will meet to consider the recommendation of US Department of Education (ED or the Department) staff that the Accrediting
Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) be removed from the list of accrediting
agencies recognized by the Department as a reliable authority regarding the quality of education or training offered by institutions it accredits.
Local and regional chambers are rated "Accredited," "Accredited with 3 Stars," "Accredited with 4 Stars," or "Accredited with 5 Stars." State chambers are rated "Accredited State Chamber," or "Accredited State Chamber with Distinction." The final determination is made by the accrediting
board, a committee of U.S.
A number of accrediting
bodies in the United States have come under scrutiny in the past few years for their involvement in monitoring at-risk or predatory institutions, according to senators and witnesses at a hearing last month.
Gaston explores the disconnect between public (including the federal government) perceptions of accreditation and accreditation agency requirements and provides a pathway for accrediting
agencies to make positive changes.
* LVSW should consider whether it is more worthwhile accrediting
practitioners in practices where the low vision needs are not already met by an optometrist or in a practice where the service does not exist in preference to accrediting
those who work out of a practice where a low vision service is already well established
The Nuclear Engineering Technology program has decades of documented history of quality beginning with Technology Accrediting
Commission (TAC) of Accrediting
Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) accreditation in 1989 and has remained continuously accredited since that date.
Approved programs are those offering a substantial core of illumination studies and are either engineering technology programs accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology; architecture programs accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting
Board; interior design programs accredited by the Foundation for Interior Design Research; or the-atre programs accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre.
"Monitronic Success College is just a teaching centre and the awarding of qualifications is done by these accrediting
bodies," he said.