The academic programs at the Monte Ahuja College of Business are designed to meet the needs of full-time students as well as professionals. Here you’re part of a well-respected institution that’s always looking for ways to give you more—to find innovative methods for delivering the education you want and the practical knowledge you need.
A CSU degree means:
- High-quality education that is accredited, respected, connected
- Flexible scheduling of the courses you need at the times you want
- Close to work or home with campuses throughout the region
- Affordable tuition for one of the best educational values in the region
Before choosing a business school, it is important to understand the difference between regional and professional accreditation.
Entire colleges and universities may hold accreditation by a regional accrediting body, such as the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). Regional accreditations are based on basic features of the entire university, such as facilities, services.
Professional accreditation are awarded by specialized accrediting bodies defined by the specific discipline. In the case of business schools, the premier professional accrediting agency worldwide is the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB International grants accreditation for undergraduate and graduate business administration and accounting programs.
Less than 5% of the world’s business schools have earned accreditation by AACSB International—the hallmark of excellence in management education. The Monte Ahuja College of Business holds accreditation from AACSB International in both business and accounting, placing it among a very select group of business schools in the U.S.
Non-degree Seeking Students
The University provides the opportunity to enroll in credit-bearing courses without formally being admitted to a degree program on a space available basis. This is known as “transient” student status. The following link will provide you with more information regarding transient status, including determining whether you are eligible to qualify as a transient student.