Maintenance of AACSB Accreditation

Williams College of Business

Xavier University

    Catholic, Jesuit heritage

Standards

Standard 2: Intellectual Contributions

AACSB Table 2-1: Summary of Intellectual Contributions

  • AACSB Table 2-1 Summary: Date Range July 1, 2008 - June 1, 2013

AACSB Table 2-2: Five-Year Summary of Peer Reviewed Journals

  • AACSB Table 2-2 Summary: Date Range July 1, 2008 - June 1, 2013

Standard 9: Faculty Sufficiency

AACSB Table 9-1: Summary of Faculty Sufficiency

  • AACSB Table 9-1 Summary: Date Range August 21, 2012 - May 13, 2013
  • AACSB Table 9-1 Summary: Date Range August 21, 2011 - May 13, 2012

Standard 10: Faculty Qualifications

AACSB Table 10-1: Summary of Faculty Qualifications

  • AACSB Table 10-1 Summary: Date Range June, 2008 - June 2013

AACSB Table 10-2: Calculations Relative to Deployment of Qualified Faculty

  • AACSB 10-2 Calculations: June 2008 - June, 2013
  • AACSB 10-2 Calculations: June, 2008 - June, 2013 

 

AACSB Resources

Assurance of Learning

 

 

 

 

Exceptional attributesImage of Smith Hall

  • Smith Hall, opened in 2011, this state-of-the-art facility is home to the Williams College of Business
  • An outstanding faculty whose primary purpose is to promote learning by business students— in accordance with the Jesuit tradition - that will improve organizations and society.
  • The Fifth Third Trading Center is a student-managed facility committed to the study and application of finance.
  • The Cintas Institute for Business Ethics seeks to help students and other Xavier stakeholders recognize and deal with values-related issues in the workplace.
  • The Center for International Business builds international relationships with multi-national corporations and educational institutions that will allow for unique opportunities for WCB students and faculty.
  • The Sedler Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation seeks to provide education, training, and real-life business experiences to create, launch, sustain, and grow student and community-run businesses on a global scale.
  • The Business Profession Passport Program provides a structured way in which undergraduate students can gain knowledge, skills and networking contacts to complement their education and to educate them on the fundamentals of the working world.
  • The Williams College of Business was one of the first institutions in the country to offer an Executive Mentor Program where undergraduate and MBA students are partnered with leading executives to network and establish connections in the business world.
  • Xavier provides a robust internship program providing a forum for the integration of classroom theory and business reality through career-related work experiences. Xavier is blest to be located in Cincinnati, Ohio, home to numerous Fortune 1000 companies loaded with Xavier graduates and friends of the university.

 

First published February 1, 2013. Last updated August, 2013