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Mongolia International University
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Last updated: 1/16/2020
Mongolia International University
Member Institutions by Region -- ACBSP Regions: International Council - Region 8
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13th Khoroo, Bayanzurkh District, P. O. Box 252
976-11-457794 (Fax)
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  Bacc/Grad Degree
  A2 - Conditionally Accredited
  4 Years
  Aisena Ivanova
  Dean - Academic & Student Affairs
  Ganbayar Bayaraa
  Accreditation Coordinator
  Conditional Accreditation granted four four years with improvement opportunities in the following standards and criteria: Conditions on Standards 2 and 5; Note on Criterion 3.6.Basis for final decision: Performance expectations established by the programs are being met. The business programs meet the overall requirements for four of the six ACBSP standards. The business programs meet the basic requirements for two of the six standards. Condition on Standard 2: The business unit must submit the Revised Strategic Plan and explain the process of Strategic Planning that demonstrates involvement of all faculty and staff members, with reviews from time to time to measure implementation and achievement of the business unit's long-term and short-term objectives and goals, in the next report. Condition on Standard 5: In 5.1, it may be helpful to the business unit to develop a distinct HR plan that addresses the needed activities in managing and developing and effective faculty and staff. In 5.3, the breadth and depth of the existing faculty pool appears sufficient to meet the needs of the business unit in offering the current undergraduate degree program. With the plans to add an MBA program, however, the current faculty pool appears inadequate in number and type of academic qualifications. Hiring new faculty members in the business unit would potentially allow it to pursue and diversify new degree programs and content areas. In 5.5, the business unit submission of Figure 5.5 (submitted as Table 5.5a) demonstrates very high faculty activity loads in excess of ACBSP norms. In addition to full teaching loads, faculty have extensive advising and committee responsibilities. It may be helpful to the business unit to ensure that sufficient faculty are available to balance responsibilities to ensure balanced and effective faculty deployment. In 5.8, the data provided in Figure 5.6 (labeled as Table 5.8.1a.) were incomplete. Restated data made available on site and to be uploaded with the business unit's response does not demonstrate a consistent pattern and practice of encouraging or enabling faculty to participate in scholarly and professional activity. It may be helpful to the business unit in meeting the requirements of this criterion to develop and implement a policy that enables and encourages these activities. Note on Criterion 3.6: The business unit does not have a formalized and systematic process to seek information, pursue common purposes, and receive complaints from students and stakeholders. In particular, a system to receive and handle student complaints was lacking. It may be helpful to meet the requirements of this criterion to develop, document, and implement formalized processes in this area.