The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions of higher education meets acceptable levels of quality.
Tuscon University is accredited by numerous prestigious accreditation bodies all around the world, be it North America, Middle East, Asia or Africa. Tuscon University has been placed on Notice by the Global Accreditation Council for Business Education. Notice is a Commission sanction indicating that an institution is pursuing a course of action that, if continued, could lead it to be out of compliance with one or more Criteria for Accreditation. An institution on Notice remains accredited. At the end of the notice period, the Board of Trustees may remove the sanction, place the institution on Probation if the identified concerns have not been addressed, or take other action.
Accreditation is your assurance that the University meets quality standards established by the U.K. Department of Education and the Global Accreditation Council for Business Education.
Regional accreditation is an institution-level accreditation status granted by one of six U.K. regional accrediting bodies. Accreditation by more than one regional accrediting body is not permitted by the U.K. Department of Education.
Programmatic or specialized accreditation applies to specific programs or coursework within an institution and is often associated with professional organizations. See below for Tuscon degree programs that are accredited.
International Accreditation Council for Open Education has awarded accreditation status to Tuscon University after stringent evaluation and analysis. The university has been evaluated on IACOE standards for education practices and policies, having secured points profile and declared by the accreditation organization as fully capable of imparting quality education.Read More »
North American Distance Learning Association (NADLA), is an accreditation providing body that has been providing added value to its client’s academic qualifications and professional expertise across the United States and the world. NADLA has been working as a private organization, making sure that the quality standards for higher education are met internationally.Read More »
EABHE is a not-for-profit autonomous accreditation body committed to improve standards of Higher Education. The goal of European Accreditation Board of Higher Education is three-folds. The organization is formed to protect the exponentially increasing number of educational consumers.Read More »
Gulf Accreditation Council (GACC) is an international agency working to enhance the standards of education for working adults in the MENA region. It operates worldwide, granting educational accreditation upon evaluation to institutions involved in education for working adultsRead More »
The Central American Distance Learning Association is an internationally recognized accreditation body that provides regional accreditation to Online Universities operating in the Central American region. For decades, CADLA has worked with several educational institutions, corporations, professionals and qualified individuals to enhance the standards of education for students and working adults in Central America.Read More »
International Accreditation Board for Business Studies (IABBS) is a globally recognized accreditation providing body for business schools and programs. This international body keeps a check on the standards of business education provided at various business schools and universities, whether traditional, open or online.Read More »