WHAT ACCREDITATION MEANS
Allied Business Schools, Inc. has been granted national accreditation by the
distinguished Distance Education and Training Council (DETC). The accreditation
was based on state and federal agency reviews, financial audits, on-site inspections,
student and alumni surveys, and a rigorous process of self-examination. The
Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council is listed
by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting
As defined by the DETC, accreditation "assures students that the institution
operates on a sound financial basis, has an approved program of study, qualified
instructors, adequate facilities and equipment, approved recruitment and admissions
policies, and advertises its courses truthfully."
ACCREDITATION HAS ITS
Accreditation means Allied students are now enrolled in a nationally recognized
post-secondary school. Students will enjoy increased credibility and acceptance
of coursework among transfer schools and employers. Students can feel confident
when they say with pride, that they received their certification from a DETC
nationally accredited school!
Earning your degree or
skills certificate from an accredited school helps insure that employers, professional
associations, and other colleges and universities will more readily accept course
credits, certificates, and degrees. Also, enrolling in an accredited institution
is important if you want a public record of your learning that will be widely
accepted by employers, professional associations, and other colleges and universities.