Hear from Daniel Wilson, UAB finance and accounting double major and CIO of the UAB Green and Gold Fund, how UAB prepares students to succeed through a range of experiences that combine theoretical knowledge with real-world experience.
Accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is the international seal of approval for business and accounting programs that insures students receive the most enriching education in business-related programs through high quality, continuous improvement and excellence in education.
UAB is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of students through high quality, rigorous standards of faculty and academic programs, and prepares students to be competitive in the business community and graduate school.
“We have good programs, highest-quality faculty — in terms of their currency and their research— and we have good outcomes,” says Wells Fargo Endowed Chair and Dean of the Collat School of Business Dr. Eric P. Jack.
Only approximately 600 business schools world-wide have achieved this seal of excellence and out of that number only 170 schools, including UAB, have achieved accreditation for both business and accounting programs. UAB was among the first 17 accounting programs to receive accreditation by AACSB the very first year the association began evaluating accounting programs in 1982.
As graduates of the Professional Sales Certificate (PSC) program, we want to inform other UAB students that the PSC offers students a means to distinguish themselves as committed professionals in sales and customer service regardless of their major. Students in the program gain a professional understanding of the sales process and customer relationship development. Anyone pursuing a career in sales or wishing to enhance his/her interpersonal communication skills would benefit from the Sales Certificate. All majors from across UAB are eligible to compete for entrance into the program.
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