Standards Committee: Training
The MBA CSEA Standards Committee was originally formed to develop reporting standards appropriate for the MBA career services profession. The committee has since evolved to include standards for master’s in business degrees. The committee plays a critical role in applying consistent, holistic, ethical interpretation, education and implementation of the Standards, ensuring that they are widely accepted and utilized across industry. We appreciate your willingness to serve MBA CSEA as a member of the Standards Committee. We realize this is a tremendous commitment to make as a volunteer, and we appreciate the time and effort you are putting into this.
The decisions made by this committee have a significant impact on data collection processes and employment outcomes for our member institutions. We appreciate your taking the time to participate in this committee member training to help ensure that the committee is making thoughtful, well-informed decisions and working in a consistent and collaborative way. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
If you have not participated in an MBA CSEA Standards 101 training, this is required to be a part of the committee. Contact the Executive Director to access a video recording for the training you need.
Please take a look at the links and videos below to gain a more holistic perspective of the history of the Standards, why and how they were created, and their overall purpose.
Standards Purpose and History
|The Evolution of the Full-time MBA Standards
with Jamie Belinne, Bauer College of Business, University of Houston
MBA CSEA founder and former President
|The Specialty Masters Standards Creation Process
with Mark Peterson, formerly with Ivey College of Business, Iowa State University, former MBA CSEA President and Standards Chair
|The Part-time MBA Standards Creation Process
with Tracy Handler, NYU Stern, former MBA CSEA board member and Standards Chair