Executing a learning results system such as Assurance of Learning (AOL), allows us to know if students are reaching the learning goals that they must acquire when they graduate from each of the Masters. AOL is a required process to meet the AACSB accreditation standards.
The teachers and coordinators in charge of the system explain what AOL is, its importance, the steps of the process, history and the main positive changes applied in each of the masters.
Assurance of Learning - AOL
The IESA implements the Assurance of Learning (AOL) learning outcomes system, its name comes from the AACSB accreditation. AOL is required to meet the AACSB accreditation standards.
Executing a learning results system allows us to know if students are reaching the learning goals that they must acquire when they graduate from each of the master's degrees.
AOL (Assurance of Learning) by Professor Carlos Jaramillo (Academic Director)
Our Academic Director, Professor Carlos Jaramillo explains:
• What is AOL?
• The relevance of AOL to ensure the excellence of the IESA and the fulfillment of its mission.
Professor Ernesto Blanco explains the operation, importance, contribution of the AOL system to teachers, students and the Master in Business Administration, highlights the positive changes in the Master by the application of AOL, also indicates how AOL supports the last update of the Master's curriculum.