Harvard University, Arizona State University and Indiana University are some colleges with accredited degree programs for business. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business is the predominant accrediting authority for business and accounting programs internationally at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral level.
Harvard Business School is graduate business school of Harvard University, whose master of business administration, or MBA, is the main accredited program. HBS also offers five joint degree programs in conjunction with Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Law School, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University offers accredited business and accounting programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Prospective MBA students have a choice between full-time study, part-time, online, executive and custom corporate.
Indiana University's Kelley School of Business also features accredited business and accounting programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Within the business school, students have the choice of 13 majors, such as accounting, economic consulting, corporate innovation and supply chain management.
The AACSB is a nonprofit membership organization, so colleges offering business degrees become members in order to receive accreditation for programs.
While AACSB accreditation ensures that its members' business and accounting programs adhere to stringent educational standards, the specifics of programs and featured majors differs from college to college. Kelley School of Business offers a Law, Ethics & Decision-making co-major within the Department of Business Law & Ethics, whereas the W. P. Carey School of Business offers a business law major with a class in applied ethics.