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AACSB STANDARD 15

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Transcript of AACSB STANDARD 15

Scholarly academic
(SA; > 40 %)

A faculty member with a research doctorate degree who is engaged in discipline-based research.

Normally:
SA status is granted to newly hired faculty members who earned their research doctorates within the last five years prior to the review dates.
to support maintenance of SA status, a non-exhaustive list of academic engagement activities may include the following:
AACSB STANDARD 15
FACULTY QUALIFICATIONS AND ENGAGEMENT
INTEND OF
STANDARD 15:

The school maintains and strategically deploys participating and supporting faculty who collectively and individually demonstrate significant academic and professional engagement that sustains the intellectual capital necessary to support high-quality outcomes consistent with the school's mission and strategies.
leadership positions, participation in recognized academic associations, research awards, academic fellow status, etc.
Relevant, active editorships with academic journals or other business publications
Service on editorial boards or committees

Initial academic preparation:
earned degrees and other academic credentials
Initial professional experience:
nature, level and duration of leadership
and management positions in business
Academic engagement:
reflects faculty scholarly development activities that support integration of theory of business and management consistent with mission and strategy
Professional engagement:
reflects faculty practice-oriented development activities that support integration of practice of business and management consistent with mission and strategy
DEFINITIONS
SBE should develop and implement criteria for the classification of faculty consistent with our mission and according to initial academic preparation, professional experience, ongoing scholarship, and ongoing professional engagement.

SBE should develop specific policies to provide these criteria by which qualifications status is granted and maintained.
Criteria should address:
Combinations of academic preparation and professional experience required of faculty at time of hiring, as well as types of academic and professional development activities required of faculty after they have been hired in order for them to sustain their status.

How it assigns priority and value to different continuing academic and professional engagement activities; how such assignments support its portfolio of SA, PA, SP, and IP faculty; and how this portfolio supports mission, and strategies.

The qualitative standards it requires for various, specified development activities andquality assurance

The depth, breadth, and sustainability of academic and professional engagement that faculty are expected to undertake within the typical five-year AACSB review cycle in order to maintain their qualification status.
Criteria for granting and for maintaining qualifications for participating faculty who also hold significant administrative appointments (e.g., deans, department head, or center directors) in the school may reflect these important administrative roles.

These criteria may apply to the faculty resources as a whole or to segments of the faculty (e.g., by level of teaching responsibilities).
Practice academic
(PA; 10 %)

A faculty member with a research doctorate degree who sustains relationships with business via consulting or other professional engagement
activities.

Normally, PA status applies to faculty who augment their initial preparation as academic scholars with engagement activities that involve substantive linkages to practice, consulting, other forms of professional engagement, etc., based on faculty's earlier work as an SA.
Scholarly Practitioners
(SP; 10 %)

Faculty with significant practice-based experience who also engages in substantial discipline based scholarly activity.

Normally, SP status applies to practitioner faculty members who augment their experience with development and engagement activities involving substantive scholarly activities in their fields of teaching.
Instructional
Practitioners (IP; 30 %)

Faculty who draw from previous and current professional experience to teach subjects in his or her expertise.

Normally, IP status is granted to newly hired faculty members who join the faculty with significant and substantive professional experience.
SA & PA: when doctorates are less research-oriented or if their highest degrees are not doctorates, then they must demonstrate higher levels of sustained academic and/or professional engagement activities to support their relevance in their fields of teaching and their contributions to other mission components. The burden of proof is on the school. AACSB expects that there will be only a limited number of such cases.
Normally, PA may undertake a variety of professional engagement activities to interact with business and management practice to support status:

Development and presentation of exed
Participation in professional events that focus on the practice of business and management
Consulting activities
Relevant, active service on boards of directors
Normally, at the time that a school hires an IP or SP faculty member, that faculty member's professional experience is current, and clearly linked to the field in which the person is expected to teach.

Normally, IP and SP faculty also have master's degrees in disciplines related to their fields of teaching. In limited cases, IP or SP status may be appropriate for individuals without master's degrees if the depth, duration, sophistication, and complexity of their professional experience at the time of hiring outweighs their lack of master's degree qualifications. In such cases, the burden of proof is on the school to make its case.


For sustained SP status, a non-exhaustive list of academic and professional engagement activities may include the following:

Relevant scholarship outcomes as documented in Standard 2
Service on editorial boards or committees
leadership positions in recognized academic societies, research awards, academic fellow status, etc.
Development and presentation of continuing professional education activities or exed
Substantive roles in academic associations

For sustained IP status, a non-exhaustive list of professional engagement activities and interactions may include the following:

Consulting activities that are material in terms of time and substance
Development and presentation of exed
Sustained professional work
Significant participation in business professional associations and societies
Documented professional certifications in the area of teaching

The less related the faculty's initial professional experience is to the field of teaching or the longer the time since the relevant experience occurred, the higher the expectation is for that faculty to demonstrate sustained academic and/or professional engagement related to the field of teaching in order to maintain professional qualifications.
SA + PA + SP + IP = 90 %
SA > 40 %
SA + PA + SP = 60 %

OTHER = 10 %

Doctoral degree emphasizing advanced foundational discipline-based research is appropriate initial academic preparation for SA and PA status, and there must be ongoing, and sustained, academic and/or professional engagement activities supporting SA and PA status.
For SA and PA status, the less related faculty members' doctoral degrees are to their fields of teaching, the more they must demonstrate higher levels academic and/or professional engagement
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