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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
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Last updated: 1/16/2020
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Member Institutions by Region -- ACBSP Regions: Southwestern Council - Region 6
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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
900 College Street, UMHB Station Box 8018
76513  United States
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254 295-4644 (Phone)
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About This Member
  Bacc/Grad Degree
  Faith Based - Private, Private
  A1 - Accredited with Notes
  10 Years
  Mr. Larry Gene Locke
  Associate Dean - McLane College of Business
  Dr. Kirk Frederic Fischer
  Associate Dean - McLane College of Business
  Full Accreditation granted with improvement opportunities in the following standards and criteria: Notes on Criteria 3.2, 3.7 and 6.3.6.Basis for final decision: Performance expectations established by the programs are being met. The business programs meet the overall requirements of the six ACBSP standards. Note on Criterion 3.2: The business school recognizes the need for more formal processes for listening methods and tracking results thereof from additional stakeholders but has taken no action yet on doing so. Once they do, they will need at least three data points to satisfy this Criterion. Note on Criterion 3.7: The business school uses IDEA for current student feedback but needs input from all stakeholders. While several possibilities are available to them for determining studentsatisfaction and dissatisfaction, they need to gather at least three data points for this criterion. Note on Criterion 6.3.6: Although the business school appreciates the input from the on-site visiting team, the school still needs to gather at least three data points to provide measure/indicators to display their enrollment management results on their website and satisfy CHEA requirements.