School of Business Honor Code
In accordance with the Indiana University Southeast Code of Student Conduct, the School of Business has adopted the following honor code:
“On my honor, I hereby pledge to neither give nor receive instructor- unauthorized aid on this [exam/test/paper].”
The mechanism for enforcement will be the established channels provided through the Office of Student Affairs regarding academic misconduct. The purpose of the honor code is to reinforce for School of Business students the importance that our school places on ethical conduct as well as the increasing emphasis being placed on ethical behavior within the business community.
Assurance of Learning
School of Business graduates are knowledgeable professionals who are capable decision-makers, effective communicators, and technologically adept.
The School of Business at Indiana University Southeast is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB). Less than 5% of the world's business schools have achieved this elite distinction. To maintain this accreditation and to seek continuous improvement, we assess our program through an assurance of learning plan. As a part of this plan, undergraduate students are evaluated in the following five areas: knowledge of business, decision making, communication, technology and professionalism.