Accreditation for the School of Business

The Baldwin Wallace University Carmel Boyer School of Business strives to achieve continuous success in our programs. To ensure we're providing the best experience to our students we regularly evaluate student enrollment, retention and program completion. The results of some of the metrics we use to measure our success can be found in our program outcomes and School of Business outcomes reports below.ACBSP Logo

The BW Carmel Boyer School of Business is in the process of candidacy for Accreditation Council for Business Schools (ACBSP), a specialized accreditation association for business education that embraces teaching excellence.


The following BW Carmel Boyer School of Business programs are candidates for ACBSP accreditation:

  • Accounting, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Arts programs in:
    • Business Administration, B.A.
    • Business of Healthcare, B.A.
    • Digital Marketing, B.A.
    • Finance, B.A.
    • Human Resource Management, B.A.
    • International Business, B.A.
    • Management & Innovation, B.A.
    • Marketing, B.A.
    • Organizational Leadership, B.A.
    • Sport Management, B.A.
  • Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.)
  • Master of Business Administration programs in:
    • Business Analytics, M.B.A.
    • Healthcare Management, M.B.A.
    • Healthcare, M.B.A.
    • Human Resource Management, M.B.A.
    • Management, M.B.A.
    • One Year, M.B.A.
    • Sport Management, M.B.A.
    • Strategic Marketing, M.B.A.

Public Information

The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) requires that all ACBSP accredited programs or candidates for accreditation make student achievement data available to the public. This does not mandate that the institution post all student achievement data but does "require institutions or programs routinely to provide reliable information to the public on their performance, including student achievement as determined by the institution or program." See below for information on the number of BW Carmel Boyer School of Business graduates, the student retention rate and completions.

Undergraduate Graduates by Program

Undergraduate First to Second Year Retention

Graduate Student Completions

Graduate Student First to Second Semester Retention