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Graduate School USA Receives Accreditation

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Posted on Jan 08, 2020

Graduate School USA (GSUSA) has been granted accreditation with the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET). This accreditation ensures that GSUSA’s programs will continue to be current, relevant, and educationally sound, so that students receive the training that will help them achieve their career and professional development goals.

As a part of our accreditation, GSUSA’s courses, assessment tools, and learning outcomes are reviewed regularly to ensure adherence to the guidelines set forth by ACCET and reflect the commitment to excellence to which ACCET-accredited organizations adhere. This means that the training our students receive is meaningful and applicable as they build their skills.

“Graduate School USA has nearly a century of offering premier training to government agencies and organizations, and we are pleased that ACCET has recognized our extensive success and standard of excellence with regard to our programs and staff,” said Jack Maykoski, President & CEO of Graduate School USA.

ACCET is an accrediting body that was founded in 1974 for the purpose of improving continuing education and training, and has been officially recognized by the U.S. Department of Education since 1978 as a “reliable authority” as to the quality of education and training provided by the institutions they accredit. As an ACCET accredited institution, GSUSA will be listed in the American Council on Education’s Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education Directory and the CHEA Almanac of External Quality Review, which are widely utilized by government agencies, military services, and corporations for identifying credible education and training organizations relative to establishing tuition reimbursement policies.

“The bottom line is that accreditation ensures that individuals are making a sound decision about the quality of the training they seek. Students can enroll with the confidence that they will be getting a high-quality training experience,” Maykoski said.

For over a century accreditation has been the “gold standard” for certifying educational quality in schools, training groups, and colleges. Accreditation is a reliable indicator of the value and quality of educational programs to the public.

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