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  • Info Accreditation is a process in which certification of competency, authority, or credibility is presented.
  • The only accreditation available in this field was for school health and public health professional preparation programs.
  • The accreditation is awarded to business schools based on general quality.
  • It was the first international accreditation ever received by the university.
  • Initially, only four-year colleges and universities and traditional high schools were offered accreditation.
  • California is the most famous example of state-specific accreditation.
  • Students work towards nationally recognized accreditations whilst having the opportunity to gain real media experience.
  • Accreditation is given to individual programs within an institution rather than to the institution as a whole.
  • All of them need state accreditation to award university degrees.
  • It also holds discipline-specific accreditations for its many health science programs.
  • The school is one of only three business schools in Canada to gain triple accreditation.
  • It also provides accreditation for some international schools, particularly at the elementary and secondary levels.
  • The accreditation is granted after extensive reviews based on industry-developed standards.
  • The palace remains the fixed location where the official task of diplomatic accreditation is performed.
  • Together, they were making ends meet and had gotten past the first steps toward full accreditation.
  • There are three main accreditation agencies for business schools in the United States.
  • That examination process led to the establishment of an accreditation process for secondary schools.
  • The university has maintained its accreditation throughout this process.
  • This program was intended to create a more reliable standard of accreditation for early childhood education programs.
  • On the other hand, practitioners and companies regard professional accreditation as especially important in this field.
  • This is taken more as an attempt to drop a famous name than a genuine accreditation, however.
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Meaning of accreditation

  • noun The act of granting credit or recognition (especially with respect to educational institution that maintains suitable standards)
    a commission is responsible for the accreditation of medical schools