Faculty Sufficiency And AACSB Accreditation Compliance Within A Global University: A Mathematical Modeling Approach

Jess Boronico, Jim Murdy, Xinlu Kong
2014 American Journal of Business Education  
This manuscript proposes a mathematical model to address faculty sufficiency requirements towards assuring overall high quality management education at a global university. Constraining elements include full-time faculty coverage by discipline, location, and program, across multiple campus locations subject to stated service quality standards of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The model offers perspectives as to efficient faculty management policies, including
more » ... unique approaches to integrating fixed and flexible labor classifications when operating within a multi-campus global delivery system. Empirical results have been implemented by the New York Institute of Technologys (NYIT) School of Management in developing its global faculty deployment strategies in support of NYITs AACSB accreditation initiative.
doi:10.19030/ajbe.v7i3.8630 fatcat:7d5vi6f6nvhcvkyaturtrdak2q