- Dalhousie joins a select group of Canadian schools that have been accredited.
- This accomplishment distinguishes Dalhousie as an internationally benchmarked, premium business school ranking among the world's top-tier institutions.
The School of Public Administration is accreddited for its Master of Public Administration [MPA] and Master of Public Administration (Management) [MPA(M)] programs from the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA). Accreditation from CAPPA is based on five key student competencies relating to critical thinking, leadership, engagement, ethics and communication.
- Accreditation reflects the program's strengths relating to curriculum, teaching, research and facilities.
- Most employers in the information profession require a degree from an ALA-accredited institution.
The Commerce Co-op program, the Bachelor of Management Internship program and the Corporate Residency MBA program are accredited by the Co-operative Education and Work Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada until December 2024.
Achieving these accreditation standards ensures that the programs have a credible and valuable co-op educational strategy.